- Mohit Bhandari, McMaster University
- Mats Hagberg, University of Gothenburg
- Yves Henrotin, University of Liege
- Jasvinder Singh, University of Alabama
- Anita Wluka, Monash University
- Catia Cornacchia, BioMed Central
Early application of pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) increases the rate of union of postoperative delayed union long-bone fractures, suggesting that earlier treatment may reduce the time from fracture to repair.
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