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Black, Hispanic Patients Have More Complications After Revision for Arthroplasty Failure

Black, Hispanic Patients Have More Complications After Revision for Arthroplasty Failure

Black and Hispanic patients who undergo revision surgery following failed total joint arthroplasty (TJA) are more likely to have complications compared to White patients,...
Interview: How CITRELOCK Uses Cutting Edge Technology to Improve Orthopedic Surgery

Interview: How CITRELOCK Uses Cutting Edge Technology to Improve Orthopedic Surgery

The FDA recently approved Acuitive Technology’s CITRELOCK Interference Screw System with CITREGEN material technology, a new generation thermoset bioresorbable synthetic polymer. The system is...
Vitamin D, Omega-3 Fatty Acid, or Strength Training: Which Is Best for Healthy Older Adults? The Answer, None of the Above

Vitamin D, Omega-3 Fatty Acid, or Strength Training: Which Is Best for Healthy Older...

A study questioned which intervention—vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acid, or strength training, alone or in combination—was best for older adults without existing comorbidities to...
Racial Disparities in TKA Complications May Differ Between Unilateral Versus Bilateral Surgeries

Racial Disparities in TKA Complications May Differ Between Unilateral Versus Bilateral Surgeries

Black unilateral total knee arthroplasty (TKA) patients have lower utilization and higher complication rates compared to White unilateral TKA patients. However, it is unknown...

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