Magnesium Bone Cement Aids Fracture Repair

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Biocompatible magnesium phosphate bone cement might be a better option for aiding fracture healing in horses than the calcium phosphate cement more commonly used today, according to a study performed by researchers at The Ohio State University.

Equine fractures are often complicated by extensive soft tissue damage, reduced blood supply in the area, and the need for immediate weight

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