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Parecoxib Sodium, a Parenteral Cyclooxygenase 2 Selective Inhibitor, Improves Morphine Analgesia and Is Opioid-sparing following Total Hip Arthroplasty
TLDR
Administration of parecoxib sodium with PCA morphine resulted in significantly improved postoperative analgesic management as defined by reduction in opioid requirement, lower pain scores, reduced time onPCA morphine, and higher Global Evaluation ratings. Expand
Navigational predictors in determining the necessity for collateral ligament release in total knee replacement.
TLDR
Two navigational predictors which provide quantitative measures that can be used to identify the need for release of collateral ligaments were described which meant that only ten of the 93 patients required collateral ligament release to achieve a stable, neutral knee. Expand
Columbus navigated TKA system: clinical and radiological results at a minimum of 5 years with survivorship analysis.
TLDR
A well-balanced TKA with a 0°±2° mechanical axis and an improved range of motion from 95° preoperatively to 110° postoperatively is achieved, compared with other nonnavigated TKAs. Expand
The overlooked, retained Double J stent.
A series of 4 patients with long overlooked, retained ureteral stents is presented to illustrate the variable, unpredictable, and at times, hazardous course of such patients. These cases are cited toExpand
Comparative study of acetabular center axis vs anterior pelvic plane registration technique in navigated hip arthroplasty.
TLDR
Findings showed ACA software to be comparable with CT in its accuracy in determining the inclination and version angles of the acetabulum and cup implant. Expand
Clinical alignment variations in total knee arthroplasty with different navigation methods.
TLDR
The use of the GB tibial-cut-first computer-assisted TKA navigation may provide a more consistent clinical alignment in flexion than systems using an MR technique. Expand
Acetabular center axis: is it the future of hip navigation?
TLDR
Findings show that ACA software is accurate in determining acetabular/cup version and inclination, and should coincide within 4 mm of ACA to minimize impingement and maximize stability without altering preoperative femoral version. Expand
NAVIGATION PREDICTORS IN DETERMINING THE FREQUENCY OF SOFT TISSUE RELEASE IN KNEE ARTHROPLASTY
  • S. Hakki
  • Materials Science
  • 1 September 2009
The necessity of soft tissue release to achieve a stable, balanced knee in previous publications has a high rate and a wide range of 50–100% of total knee arthroplasties (TKA). This reflectsExpand
The Role of Osteotomy in the Correction of Congenital and Acquired Disorders of the Skeleton 152 Chaussard
Medial compartment knee osteoarthritis is not uncommon and high tibial osteotomy (HTO) was described for the first time more than 50 years ago (Jackson, JP & Waugh, W 1961; Judet, R &Dupuis, JF &Expand
EFFECTS OF NAVIGATED MINI SUB-VASTUS TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY ON NATIVE PATELLA
TLDR
Incidence of native patella pain in a navigated mini sub-vastus TKA was low irrespective to body mass or pre-operative deformity, suggesting navigation helped align the components ideally and thus reducing the complication rate of a mini-approach. Expand
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