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Fractures of the shaft humerus are one of the basic breaks influencing present age and treatment methodology must be chosen cautiously. Both the modalities of treatment for example dynamic pressure plating and interlocking nailing were utilized. Present study was quantitative approach with comparative survey design. This study was conducted in teaching hospital Karad. The sample size was 30 patients selected by non-purposive, sampling technique with fracture shaft of the humerus. Result indicated that out of these 30 patients, we had 15 in the DCP gathering and 15 in the interlocking gathering. The normal period of patients was 36.46 years with 19 guys and 11 females. The confusions were more in the interlocking gathering with the vast majority of them relating to poor shoulder work with torment. In spite of the way that the two modalities of treatment offer incredible affiliation, the pace of assistant complexities were more in the interlocking nailing gathering, which makes dynamic weight plating a continuously decent decision. In situations where both powerful pressure plating and interlocking nailing should be possible, we would want to utilize dynamic pressure plating, as the outcomes are better than interlocking nailing.

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fracture shaft humerus dynamic compression plating interlocking nailing

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Nagesh Rajendra Desai, Sandip Patil, & Ravindra Gunaki. (2020). A Comparative Study Of Functional Outcomes Of Fracture Shaft Humerus In Adults Treated With Dynamic Compression Plating And Interlocking Nailing. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 11(3), 4944-4948. https://doi.org/10.26452/ijrps.v11i3.2798