Publications by authors named "Saishuai Huang"

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[Development of on-line lateral stiffness measurement system for anterior cruciate ligament and its influence on anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction].

Sheng Wu Yi Xue Gong Cheng Xue Za Zhi 2021 Feb;38(1):145-153

Sports Medicine and Joint Surgery Division, Zhejiang Provincial People's Hospital, Hangzhou 310014, P.R.China.

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction mostly relies on the experience of surgeons. To improve the effectiveness and adaptability of the tension after ACL reconstruction in knee joint rehabilitation, this paper establishes a lateral force measurement model with relaxation characteristics and designs an on-line stiffness measurement system of ACL. In this paper, we selected 20 sheep knee joints as experimental material for the knee joint stability test before the ACL reconstruction operation, which were divided into two groups for a comparative test of single-bundle ACL reconstruction through the anterolateral approach. The first group of surgeons carried out intraoperative detection with routine procedures. The second group used ACL on-line stiffness measurement system for intraoperative detection. After that, the above two groups were tested for postoperative stability. The study results show that the tension accuracy is (- 2.3 ± 0.04)%, and the displacement error is (1.5 ± 1.8)%. The forward stability, internal rotation stability, and external rotation stability of the two groups were better than those before operation ( < 0.05). But the data of the group using the system were closer to the preoperative knee joint measurement index, and there was no significant difference between them ( > 0.05). The system established in this paper is expected to help clinicians judge the ACL reconstruction tension in the operation process and effectively improve the surgical effect.
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February 2021

A study of knee anterior cruciate ligament biomechanics with respect to energy and relaxation.

Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon) 2020 12 29;80:105159. Epub 2020 Aug 29.

Department of Computer and Information Sciences, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, VA, USA.

Background: This research aimed to study the biomechanical properties of sheep tendon under torsion and the tendon energy absorption performance with an externally imposed initial force.

Methods: Tendons of nine healthy knees of sheep were investigated. In both tests, we investigated energy and relaxation at rotations of 0°, 90°, 180°, and 360°. For both tensile force and tensile displacement at a sampling period of 100 milliseconds, the maximum value of 89 N was selected as the maximum tension state for 600 s of relaxation duration for testing relaxation, and analysed of the average force of the last 30 s.

Findings: The difference of energy levels of the tendons are significant between twisted groups (180° and 360°) and untwisted group (0°) (P < 0.05); The relaxation force decreases significantly with twisted groups (90°,180°, and 360°) and untwists group (0°) (P < 0.05). The nine-group tendons show no significant difference at torsion 90° and 180° (P = 0.466). Peak force test shows significant differences between the twisted groups (90°,180°, and 360°) and untwisted group (0°) (P < 0.05).

Interpretation: The torsion tendon has lower energy absorption and relaxation than the untwisted counterparts; thus, it may be more prone to damage. These results are useful for providing guidance on anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
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December 2020