Timothy Damron

Timothy Damron

Department Of Surgery, Mcmaster University, Hamilton, On L8v 1c3 Canada Department Of Health Research Methods, Evidence And Impact, Mcmaster University, Hamilton, L8s 4l8 On ...

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Timothy Damron has direct influence:

ultraporous beta
bone graft
calcium sulfate
radiation effects
combined tcp
marrow aspirate
fracture radiotherapy

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Timothy Damron has influence:

endoprosthetic reconstruction
limb salvage
modular prosthesis
proximal tibial tumours
tumour resection
antibiotic regimens
excellent functional

Prominent publications by Timothy Damron

KOL-Index: 12 INTRODUCTION: Limb salvage with endoprosthetic reconstruction is the standard of care for the management of lower-extremity bone tumours in skeletally mature patients. The risk of deep postoperative infection in these procedures is high and the outcomes can be devastating. The most effective prophylactic antibiotic regimen remains unknown, and current clinical practice is highly varied. This ...
Known for
Lower-Extremity Bone Tumours | Deep Infection | Methods Centre
KOL-Index: 8 BACKGROUND: Limb salvage with endoprosthetic reconstruction is the current standard practice for the surgical management of lower extremity bone tumors in skeletally mature patients and typically includes tumor resection followed by the functional limb reconstruction with modular metallic and polyethylene endoprosthetic implants. However, owing to the complexity and length of these ...
Known for
Rct | Statistical Plan | Post-Operative Antibiotics | 5-Day Regimen
KOL-Index: 8 A 66-year-old woman presented with severe lower back pain. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) revealed a large, soft-tissue mass-a chordoma-at the S3-S4 level, eroding most of the S3 vertebral body and extending into S4. The mass extended beyond the involved sacrococcygeal segments and dorsally beyond normal cortical margins of the sacrum and coccyx. The patient underwent a noninstrumented ...
Known for
Left Sacral | Fracture Sacrectomy | Pain Year | Mri Revealed
KOL-Index: 4 Importance: The use of perioperative, prophylactic, intravenous antibiotics is standard practice to reduce the risk of surgical site infection after oncologic resection and complex endoprosthetic reconstruction for lower extremity bone tumors. However, evidence guiding the duration of prophylactic treatment remains limited. Objective: To assess the effect of a 5-day regimen of postoperative, ...
Known for
Hazard Ratio | Femur | Surgical Site Infections | Trial
KOL-Index: 2 This is a retrospective, two-arm study reviewing the healing of cavitary defects in patients treated with Vitoss alone versus those treated with Vitoss with bone marrow aspirate (BMA). There will be a prospective follow-up visit at 24+ months to evaluate lont-term healing in patients identified during the retrospective portion of the study. It is thought that the inclusion of BMA will ...
Known for
Aspirate Bma | Cavitary Defects | Lesions Retrospective | Arm Reviewing
KOL-Index: 2 For benign curetted tumor defects, ultraporous beta-tricalcium phosphate (TCP) synthetic graft material (Vitoss; Orthovita, Inc., now Stryker, Inc.) persists for a year or longer in some cases even when BMA is added. What is not known is whether the addition to TCP of calcium sulfate (CS), which by itself has a more rapid resorption profile, will lead to more rapid resorption and ...
Known for
Bma Pace | Orthovita Combined | Bone Formation
KOL-Index: 2 Post-radiotherapy fragility fractures (caused by weakened bones) are an occasional complication of orthopedic oncology of soft tissue sarcoma patients. Treatment for impending fracture due to radiotherapy does exist in the form of operative stabilization, to prevent the bone from breaking. Without the ability to predict those patients at a higher risk for fracture, indications for treatment ...
Known for
Radiation Limb | Irradiated Site | Bmd Dxa | Radiotherapy Fragility

Department of Surgery, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON L8V 1C3 Canada Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact, McMaster University, Hamilton, L8S 4L8 ON Canada Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre, Hamilton Health Sciences, 711

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