Anne J. H. Vochteloo

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The treatment of unstable trochanteric femoral fractures is still challenging. The ideal implant should be easy to handle, allow for immediate full weight-bearing postoperatively and should have sufficient purchase in the femoral head/neck-fragment to limit cut-outs due to varus-deviation and rotation. The proximal femoral nail antirotation (PFNA), designed(More)
To report risk factors, 1-year and overall risk for a contralateral hip and other osteoporosis-related fractures in a hip fracture population. An observational study on 1,229 consecutive patients of 50 years and older, who sustained a hip fracture between January 2005 and June 2009. Fractures were scored retrospectively for 2005–2008 and prospectively for(More)
BACKGROUND Anemia is more often seen in older patients. As the mean age of hip fracture patients is rising, anemia is common in this population. Allogeneic blood transfusion (ABT) and anemia have been pointed out as possible risk factors for poorer outcome in hip fracture patients. METHODS In the timeframe 2005-2010, 1262 admissions for surgical treatment(More)
BACKGROUND Delirium in patients with hip fractures lead to higher morbidity and mortality. Prevention in high-risk patients by prescribing low dose haloperidol is currently under investigation. METHODS This prospective cohort surveillance assessed hip fracture patients for risk of developing a delirium with the Risk Model for Delirium (RD) score.(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Patient education and mobilization restrictions are often used in an attempt to reduce the risk of dislocation following primary THA. To date, there have been no studies investigating the safety of removal of mobilization restrictions following THA performed using a posterolateral approach. In this retrospective non-inferiority study,(More)
OBJECTIVE To summarize the effect of antipsychotics for preventing postoperative delirium. DESIGN We conducted a literature search using Medline, EMBASE, Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews and We included randomized controlled trials of adults undergoing surgery who were given(More)
AIM To measure functional recovery and determine risk factors for failure to return to the prefracture level of mobility of hip fracture patients 1 year postoperatively. METHODS A prospective cohort follow-up study of 390 hip fracture patients aged 65 years and older was carried out. Patients were stratified in categories based on prefracture mobility:(More)
BACKGROUND Total elbow arthroplasty (TEA) is a surgical option for an arthropathy secondary to a bleeding disorder. The literature consists of small case series. Our series provides further understanding into the outcomes of TEA in this population of patients. METHODS Five patients underwent 8 primary TEAs for a bleeding disorder. Average age at time of(More)