Total Joint Replacement News & Information

 

Updated: August 11, 2014


Researchers discovered that patients who have a large number of comorbidities prior to total hip arthroplasty surgery are more likely to be readmitted later on.

Study reveals more comorbidities lead to greater readmission risk for THA

Researchers from Northwestern University discovered that patients who have a large number of comorbidities prior to total hip arthroplasty surgery are more likely to be readmitted later on.

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Living your life after total hip replacement.

Living life after total hip replacement

5/14/2014

Total joint replacement surgery is a process that will eventually make a person's life easier, but it is going to take some hard work. .. [ more ]

Weight loss may boost physical function for joint replacement patients.

Changes in weight impact effectiveness of total joint replacements

4/4/2014

Scientists conducted a study to find out how many joint replacement patients actually lose weight after surgery, and whether changes in weight had any effects on their physical function... [ more ]

 

How weight loss impacts the long-term effects of joint replacement surgery

Weight loss impacts the long-term effects of joint replacement surgery

4/30/2014

According to the National Institute for Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, osteoarthritis is one of the most common types of arthritis, especially among older adults... [ more ]

Statins may help prevent dangerous blood clots in joint replacement patients.

Cholesterol lowering drugs may help prevent clots after total joint replacement surgery

3/18/2014

Scientists suggested that statins, which are medications to lower cholesterol, may help prevent blood clots in the veins of the thighs or calves following total joint replacement surgery... [ more ]

 

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