1998 journal article

Axial vibration of threaded external fixation pins: Detection of pin loosening


By: M. Kay n, S. Roe n, L. Stikeleather n, A. Mahmoud n & C. Abrams n

author keywords: vibration; external fixation pin; interface; loosening; nondestructive
MeSH headings : Animals; Bone Nails; Bone and Bones / pathology; Dogs; External Fixators; Osteolysis / diagnosis; Vibration
TL;DR: Frequency and quasistatic tests of dissected pin–bone structures revealed a good correlation between natural frequency and pin-bone interface stiffness, and the measurement of natural frequency was more sensitive to bone structure changes at the pin–bones interface than low-load quasi-static stiffness. (via Semantic Scholar)
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