Outcomes After Hip Fracture Surgery Compared With Elective Total Hip Replacement.

  title={Outcomes After Hip Fracture Surgery Compared With Elective Total Hip Replacement.},
  author={Yannick Le Le Manach and Gary S Collins and Mohit Bhandari and Amal Bessissow and Jacques Boddaert and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Khiami and Harman Chaudhry and Justin de V de Beer and Bruno Riou and Paul Landais and Mitchell J Winemaker and Thierry Boudemaghe and P J Devereaux},
  volume={314 11},
IMPORTANCE Patients undergoing surgery for a hip fracture have a higher risk of mortality and major complications compared with patients undergoing an elective total hip replacement (THR) operation. The effect of older age and comorbidities associated with hip fracture on this increased perioperative risk is unknown. OBJECTIVE To determine if there was a difference in hospital mortality among patients who underwent hip fracture surgery relative to an elective THR, after adjustment for age… CONTINUE READING


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