Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research ®

A Publication of The Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons ®

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Similar Clinical Outcomes with Preoperative and Postoperative Start of Thromboprophylaxis in THA: A Register-based Study

Pål O. Borgen MD, Are H. Pripp PhD, Eva Dybvik PhD, Lilian Leistad PhD, Ola E. Dahl MD, PhD, Olav Reikerås MD, PhD
22nd June 2017, Clinical Research

Elective THA is associated with a high risk of thromboembolic events. Although these events may be less common now than they were in the past, they can be serious, and most patients undergoing the procedure therefore still receive thromboprophylaxis. However, controversy remains regarding whether to begin thromboprophylaxis before THA or after to best balance the risks of clotting and bleeding.

Cochrane in CORR

Industry Sponsorship and Research Outcome

Tahira Devji BSc, Jason W. Busse DC, PhD
20th June 2017, Cochrane in CORR

The Effect of Surgical Technique and Spacer Texture on Bone Regeneration: A Caprine Study Using the Masquelet Technique

Viviane Luangphakdy MS, G. Elizabeth Pluhar DVM, PhD, Nicolás S. Piuzzi MD, Jean-Claude D’Alleyrand MD, Cathy S. Carlson DVM, PhD, Joan E. Bechtold PhD, Jonathan Forsberg MD, PhD, George F. Muschler MD
20th June 2017, Basic Research

The Masquelet-induced-membrane technique is a commonly used method for treating segmental bone defects. However, there are no established clinical standards for management of the induced membrane before grafting.

Risk of Revision Was Not Reduced by a Double-bundle ACL Reconstruction Technique: Results From the Scandinavian Registers

Cathrine Aga MD, Jüri-Tomas Kartus MD, PhD, Martin Lind MD, PhD, Stein Håkon Låstad Lygre PhD, Lars-Petter Granan MD, PhD, Lars Engebretsen MD, PhD
19th June 2017, Symposium: Improving Care for Patients With ACL Injuries: A Team Approach

Double-bundle anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction has demonstrated improved biomechanical properties and moderately better objective outcomes compared with single-bundle reconstructions. This could make an impact on the rerupture rate and reduce the risk of revisions in patients undergoing double-bundle ACL reconstruction compared with patients reconstructed with a traditional single-bundle technique. The National Knee Ligament Registers in Scandinavia provide information that can be used to evaluate the revision outcome after ACL reconstructions.

Does Humeral Component Lateralization in Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty Affect Rotator Cuff Torque? Evaluation in a Cadaver Model

Kevin Chan MD, MSc, FRCSC, G. Daniel G. Langohr PhD, Matthew Mahaffy BESc, James A. Johnson PhD, George S. Athwal MD, FRCSC
14th June 2017, Clinical Research

Humeral component lateralization in reverse total shoulder arthroplasty (RTSA) may improve the biomechanical advantage of the rotator cuff, which could improve the torque generated by the rotator cuff and increase internal and external rotation of the shoulder.