1. Road traffic injury and rescue system in China.

    The Lancet 385(9978):1622 (2015) PMID 25943819

  2. Motor function recovery during peripheral nerve multiple regeneration.

    Journal Of Tissue Engineering And Regenerative ... 9(4):415 (2015) PMID 24323657

    Neuronal functional compensation and multiple regenerating axon sprouting occur during peripheral nerve regeneration. Sprouting nerve buds were quantitatively maintained and had matured when multiple injured distal nerves were anastomosed to smaller number of proximal nerve stumps; this has posi...
  3. Early nerve protection with anterior interosseous nerve in modified end-to-side neurorrhaphy repairs high ulnar nerve injury: a hypothesis of a novel surgical technique.

    Artificial Cells, Nanomedicine and Biotechnology 43(2):103 (2015) PMID 24195580

    High ulnar nerve injuries frequently result in poor functional recovery. The prolonged denervation of target muscle largely accounts for the poor functional outcome. There are no approved effective treatments for high ulnar nerve injuries. However, the technique of reverse end-to-side (RETS) off...
  4. Local transplantation of osteogenic pre-differentiated autologous adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells may accelerate non-union fracture healing with limited pro-metastatic potency.

    International journal of clinical and experimen... 8(1):1406 (2015) PMID 25785146 PMCID PMC4358601

    Fracture non-union is a serious complication in orthopedic clinical practice. Mesenchymal stem cells are believed to play a vital role in fracture healing process. Among various origins of mesenchymal stem cell, adipose derived stem cells hold great promise especially in clinical milieu. However...
  5. Specificity of motor axon regeneration: a comparison of recovery following biodegradable conduit small gap tubulization and epineurial neurorrhaphy.

    American journal of translational research 7(1):53 (2015) PMID 25755828

    Functional recovery is often unsatisfactory after lesions in the peripheral nervous system despite the strong potential for regeneration and advances in microsurgical techniques. Axonal regeneration in mixed nerve into inappropriate pathways is a major contributing factor to this failure. In thi...
  6. Local administration of IKK small molecule inhibitor may enhance fracture healing in osteoporosis patient.

    International journal of clinical and experimen... 8(1):1411 (2015) PMID 25785147 PMCID PMC4358602

    Osteoporosis is an inflammatory bone disease affecting millions of population worldwide, which often cause increased fracture risks and prolonged fracture healing. Growing evidence suggests that IKK-NF-κB signaling exert inhibitory influence on MSCs osteogenic differentiation and bone formation....
  7. A novel specialized staging system for cancellous fracture healing, distinct from traditional healing pattern of diaphysis corticalfracture?

    International journal of clinical and experimen... 8(1):1301 (2015) PMID 25785130 PMCID PMC4358585

    Metaphysis cancellous bone fracture is one of the most common fracture types in clinical orthopedic practice. The specialized healing process of cancellous bone fracture has long been ignored by the academic society. Comparing with diaphyseal cortical bone healing, cancellous bone healing showed...
  8. Specificity of motor axon regeneration: a comparison of recovery following biodegradable conduit small gap tubulization and epineurial neurorrhaphy.

    American journal of translational research 7(1):53 (2015) PMID 25755828 PMCID PMC4346523

    Functional recovery is often unsatisfactory after lesions in the peripheral nervous system despite the strong potential for regeneration and advances in microsurgical techniques. Axonal regeneration in mixed nerve into inappropriate pathways is a major contributing factor to this failure. In thi...
  9. Biliary tract and pancreatic surgery complicated by acute pancreatitis: a clinical analysis.

    International journal of clinical and experimen... 8(4):6295 (2015) PMID 26131243 PMCID PMC4484006

    To study the clinical treatment features of biliary tract and pancreatic surgery complicated by acute pancreatitis. A retrospective analysis of 21 cases of biliary tract and pancreatic surgery complicated by acute pancreatitis in the Department of General Surgery in our hospital during May 2005 ...
  10. Early sensory protection in reverse end-to-side neurorrhaphy to improve the functional recovery of chronically denervated muscle in rat: a pilot study.

    Journal of Neurosurgery 121(2):415 (2014) PMID 24878291

    Early innervation by sensory nerves has been proposed to prevent atrophy of chronically denervated muscle, but conventional end-to-end (ETE) neurorrhaphy has been demonstrated to have adverse effects on muscle contractile function. The aim of the present study was to investigate the potential fo...
  11. Effect of Calcar Screw Use in Surgical Neck Fractures of the Proximal Humerus With Unstable Medial Support: A Biomechanical Study.

    Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 28(8):452 (2014) PMID 24662994

    To evaluate the effect of calcar screw use in proximal humeral fractures with unstable medial support treated with locked plates. Standard osteotomies were performed in 36 cadaveric humeri to create a surgical neck fracture proximal humeral model. For static testing, 12 pairs of humeri were divi...
  12. Early sensory protection in reverse end-to-side neurorrhaphy to improve the functional recovery of chronically denervated muscle in rat: a pilot study.

    Journal of Neurosurgery 121(2):415 (2014) PMID 24878291

    Early innervation by sensory nerves has been proposed to prevent atrophy of chronically denervated muscle, but conventional end-to-end (ETE) neurorrhaphy has been demonstrated to have adverse effects on muscle contractile function. The aim of the present study was to investigate the potential fo...
  13. Bridging peripheral nerves using a deacetyl chitin conduit combined with short-term electrical stimulation.

    Neural Regeneration Research 9(10):1075 (2014) PMID 25206762 PMCID PMC4146304

    Previous studies have demonstrated that deacetyl chitin conduit nerve bridging or electrical stimulation can effectively promote the regeneration of the injured peripheral nerve. We hypothesized that the combination of these two approaches could result in enhanced regeneration. Rats with right s...
  14. Bridging peripheral nerves using a deacetyl chitin conduit combined with short-term electrical stimulation.

    Neural Regeneration Research 9(10):1075 (2014) PMID 25206762 PMCID PMC4146304

    Previous studies have demonstrated that deacetyl chitin conduit nerve bridging or electrical stimulation can effectively promote the regeneration of the injured peripheral nerve. We hypothesized that the combination of these two approaches could result in enhanced regeneration. Rats with right s...
  15. Improved peripheral nerve regeneration with sustained release nerve growth factor microspheres in small gap tubulization.

    American journal of translational research 6(4):413 (2014) PMID 25075258 PMCID PMC4113503

    To evaluate the long-term results of the use of nerve growth factor (NGF)-loaded poly-D, L-lactide-co-glycolide (PLGA) microspheres for improve nerve regeneration with small gap tubulization. NGF microspheres were prepared by a modified W/O/W emulsion solvent evaporation method. Forty-eight male...
  16. Improved peripheral nerve regeneration with sustained release nerve growth factor microspheres in small gap tubulization.

    American journal of translational research 6(4):413 (2014) PMID 25075258 PMCID PMC4113503

    To evaluate the long-term results of the use of nerve growth factor (NGF)-loaded poly-D, L-lactide-co-glycolide (PLGA) microspheres for improve nerve regeneration with small gap tubulization. NGF microspheres were prepared by a modified W/O/W emulsion solvent evaporation method. Forty-eight male...
  17. Comparison of road traffic injury characteristics between local versus floating migrant patients in a tertiary hospital between 2007 and 2010.

    PLoS ONE 9(1):e82640 (2014) PMID 24475023 PMCID PMC3903469

    The aim of this study is to give a description of the road traffic injuries (RTIs) characteristics of floating migrant population by comparing with those of local residents in a harbor city of China. A population-based descriptive study was carried out between 2007 and 2010 with RTI patient reco...
  18. Comparison of road traffic injury characteristics between local versus floating migrant patients in a tertiary hospital between 2007 and 2010.

    PLoS ONE 9(1):e82640 (2014) PMID 24475023 PMCID PMC3903469

    The aim of this study is to give a description of the road traffic injuries (RTIs) characteristics of floating migrant population by comparing with those of local residents in a harbor city of China. A population-based descriptive study was carried out between 2007 and 2010 with RTI patient reco...
  19. Role of lumbricus extract in the nerve amplification effect during peripheral nerve regeneration.

    American journal of translational research 6(6):876 (2014) PMID 25628798

    Among the methods of the peripheral nerve repair, artificial conduit bridging surgery is superior to epineurium and perineurium neurorrhaphy because of supplying enough space for nerve regeneration. Artificial conduit provides important microenvironment for peripheral nerve regeneration, especia...
  20. Three cases giant panda attack on human at Beijing Zoo.

    International journal of clinical and experimen... 7(11):4515 (2014) PMID 25550978

    Panda is regarded as Chinese national treasure. Most people always thought they were cute and just ate bamboo and had never imagined a panda could be vicious. Giant panda attacks on human are rare. There, we present three cases of giant panda attacks on humans at the Panda House at Beijing Zoo f...