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  • Routine gait analysis may be a helpful guide for post-TKA rehabilitation

    Source: Healio

    Many patients who underwent total knee arthroplasty did not experience improvement in their gait relative to preoperative patients by 12 months postoperatively; however, use of routine gait analysis was helpful for guiding patients’ postoperative rehabilitation and may be useful for developing strategies for mobility improvement, according to researchers’ findings.

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  • Benefit of preoperative exercise for post-TKR functional outcomes unclear

    Source: Healio

    According to study results, a median of 10 exercise sessions before total knee replacement demonstrated a small yet non- significant improvement in functional assessments compared with patient education only; however, benefits were not sustained after surgery, demonstrating inconclusive results regarding whether preoperative exercise was beneficial for postoperative functional outcomes.

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  • PRP did not improve clinical outcomes of hip arthroscopy for labral tears

    Source: Healio

    Results of a prospective study showed patients who had an intraoperative platelet-rich plasma injection at the end of hip arthroscopy for labral treatment trended toward higher pain scores and lower modified Harris Hip Scores at 2-years compared with patients who received bupivacaine.

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  • Risk Factors for Postoperative Urinary Retention in Men Undergoing Total Hip Arthroplasty

    Source: Healio

    Postoperative urinary retention is a common complication after major orthopedic procedures of the lower limb. In total hip arthroplasty and total knee arthroplasty, the incidence ranges from 7% to 84%. In this study, the incidence and risk factors for postoperative urinary retention were described in a cohort of 376 men undergoing total hip arthroplasty.

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  • Biomarkers of Inflammation Don’t Correlate with Early Outcomes of THA

    Source: ICJR

    A study from Mayo Clinic – reported at the MAOA annual meeting – found no differences in pain and early functional outcomes in direct anterior THA patients vs. mini-posterior THA patients regardless of any changes in serum biomarkers for muscle damage.

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