More Proof Needed For BMPs, Stimulation To Treat Non-Union Bone Fractures
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The published studies of orthobiologics and electrical stimulation devices are insufficient to demonstrate that either therapy is an effective treatment for non-union bone fractures, according to ECRI
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