Authors

TAIWEI GUO*, BINGYANG ZHU, QINGGUO WU

Departments

School of Physical Education, Yangzhou University, Yangzhou, 225009, China

Abstract

Objective: To observe and analyze the effect of open reduction and internal fixation on badminton players with elbow joint dislocation combined with ulnar coronoid process fracture.

Methods: A total of 180 badminton players with elbow joint dislocation and ulnar coronoid process fracture treated in our hospital were selected as the research objects and randomly divided into two groups: the reference group treated with traditional Kirschner wire tension band fixation and the research group treated with open reduction and internal fixation. Treatment effect of two groups was observed and compared.

Results: By comparing good rates of treatment in both groups, the research group (93.33%) was significantly superior to the reference group (75.56%), P <0.05, statistically significant. By comparing incidence of complications between the two groups, the research group had significantly lower incidence (6.67%) than the reference group (22.22%), P <0.05, statistically significant. In addition, in terms of overall treatment satisfaction scale, the research group had higher satisfaction (97.78%) than the refer- ence group (82.22%), P <0.05, statistically significant.

Conclusion: For badminton players with elbow joint dislocation combined with ulnar coronoid process fracture, open reduction and internal fixation is an effective treatment means.

Keywords

badminton player, elbow joint dislocation, ulnar coronoid process fracture, open reduction and internal fixation

DOI:

10.19193/0393-6384_2018_3s_243