By T.P. Ruedi, W.M. Murphy
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The amount of friction depends on the compression between the surfaces. For smooth bony surfaces the normal forces produce somewhat less than 40% of friction [30–32]. Rough surfaces allow a form fit and interdigitation of the fragments, which additionally counteract displacement due to shear. Fig. 2-8: Stabilization through application of compression producing friction. As long as the amount of friction is larger than the force that tends to displace the fracture along the fracture plane, absolute stability is maintained.
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1990) Reaming versus non-reaming in medullary nailing: interference with cortical circulation of the canine tibia. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg; 109 (6):314–316. M. Perren, L. 3 Induction of tumors? 3 Implants and materials in fracture fixation Stephan M. Perren, Robert Mathys, Ortrun Pohler 1 General requirements In internal fixation, the implant material of choice is still metal, which offers high stiffness and strength, good ductility and is biologically well tolerated. Today’s metal implants are made either of stainless steel or titanium.
Ao Principles of Fracture Management by T.P. Ruedi, W.M. Murphy