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To evaluate the success of a knee prosthesis, long-term follow-up studies are needed. The best means for this is survival analysis. It would be desirable for a contribution towards the costs of these essential follow-up studies to be included in the sale price of the prosthesis.

Type

Journal article

Journal

International orthopaedics

Publication Date

08/1993

Volume

17

Pages

14 - 15

Addresses

Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford.

Keywords

Humans, Prosthesis Failure, Survival Analysis, Knee Prosthesis, Aged, England, Female, Male, Evaluation Studies as Topic