Jorge Alexander León González

 jorgleon@udca.edu.co

GRUPOS DE INVESTIGACIÓN: CIENCIA ANIMAL

LÍNEAS DE INVESTIGACIÓN:   Salud Animal – Enfermedades Infecciosas

FACULTAD:  Ciencias Agropecuarias

CATEGORÍA COLCIENCIAS:    

NIVEL DE FORMACIÓN: Especialización

PRODUCTOS DESTACADOS

La producción científica
Fecha de publicación: 15/11/2017

Este escrito aborda aspectos como la importancia de la comunicación científica y la percepción actual acerca del proceso de producción y comunicación científica colombiano, terminando con la descripción del principal medio de comunicación científica: el artículo. Cabe resaltar que el artículo científico solo surge cuando existe un proceso investigativo y la responsabilidad de comunicarlo a la sociedad, sin embargo en nuestra nación la escritura de artículos científicos es limitada, a pesar de que es un deber con la sociedad, la patria y con nosotros mismos para aportar un grano de arena al crecimiento de nuestros niveles de competitividad, que nos permita compararnos con países de otras latitudes.


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In vitro biomechanical analysis of the desmotomy of the suspensory navicular ligaments of the equine
Fecha de publicación: 01/11/2018

The objective of this study was to design a biomechanical model of the equine digit and its use in the in vitro analysis of the desmotomy of the suspensory ligaments of the navicular. Ten orthopedically healthy anterior digits of Creole horses were collected and adapted to a laboratory for biomechanical procedures to determine the tension of the superficial and deep digital flexor tendons (TTFDS and TTFDP) and the biomechanical changes of the navicular bone. In total, 86 data were obtained by digit before the surgical procedure and 86 data after the surgical procedure. The force on the navicular bone, the force on the navicular bone between the digits and the force on the navicular bone between surgical times (TQXs) was determined by each digit. Little variability and none significant difference between the experimental repetitions of each digit was observed, as well as statistical similarity of the TQXs of most of the digits; however, significant differences were found when comparing the three-digit TQXs. The inverse dynamic model allowed establishing the tension of the digital flexor tendons and the force on the navicular bone before and after the desmotomy of the suspensory ligaments of the navicular, and none significant force changes were observed.


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Análisis biomecánico in vitro de la desmotomía de los ligamentos suspensorios del navicular equino
Fecha de publicación: 01/10/2018

The objective of this study was to design a biomechanical model of the equine digit and its use in the in vitro analysis of the desmotomy of the suspensory ligaments of the navicular. Ten orthopedically healthy anterior digits of Creole horses were collected and adapted to a laboratory for biomechanical procedures to determine the tension of the superficial and deep digital flexor tendons (T TFDS and T TFDP ) and the biomechanical changes of the navicular bone. In total, 86 data were obtained by digit before the surgical procedure and 86 data after the surgical procedure. The force on the navicular bone, the force on the navicular bone between the digits and the force on the navicular bone between surgical times (TQXs) was determined by each digit. Little variability and none significant difference between the experimental repetitions of each digit was observed, as well as statistical similarity of the TQXs of most of the digits; however, significant differences were found when comparing the three-digit TQXs. The inverse dynamic model allowed establishing the tension of the digital flexor tendons and the force on the navicular bone before and after the desmotomy of the suspensory ligaments of the navicular, and none significant force changes were observed.


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