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TRIGEN INTERTAN Intramedullary Nail Versus Sliding Hip Screw
(Journal of bone and joint surgery, 2013-02-06)
Background: Both intramedullary nails and sliding hip screws are used with good results in the treatment of intertrochanteric and subtrochanteric fractures. The aim of our study was to assess whether use of the TRIGEN ...
Intramedullary Nails Result in More Reoperations Than Sliding Hip Screws in Two-part Intertrochanteric Fractures
Background Sliding hip screws (SHSs) and intramedullary (IM) nails are well-documented implants for simple two-part intertrochanteric fractures; however, there is no consensus regarding which type of implant is ...
A randomized study on migration of the Spectron EF and the Charnley flanged 40 cemented femoral components using radiostereometric analysis at 2 years
(Informa Healthcare, 2011-10)
Background and purpose: We performed a randomized study to determine the migration patterns of the Spectron EF femoral stem and to compare them with those of the Charnley stem, which is regarded by many as the gold ...
Increasing risk of revision due to deep infection after hip arthroplasty. A study on 97,344 primary total hip replacements in the Norwegian Arthroplasty Register from 1987 to 2007
(Informa Healthcare, 2009-12)
Background and purpose: Over the decades, improvements in surgery and perioperative routines have reduced the incidence of deep infections after total hip arthroplasty (THA). There is, however, some evidence to suggest ...
Infection after primary hip arthroplasty. A comparison of 3 Norwegian health registers
(Informa Healthcare, 2011-12)
Background and purpose: The aim of the present study was to assess incidence of and risk factors for infection after hip arthroplasty in data from 3 national health registries. We investigated differences in risk patterns ...