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Oxford® Partial Knee Achieves 94.7% 10-Year Survival in Young Asian Patient-Cohort

A recent publication from Kim et al.,1 has found that the Oxford PKR achieved satisfactory outcomes in a small cohort (82 knees) of young Asian patients, aged 60 years or younger at the time of surgery.

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Clinical Studies Show Oxford® Microplasty® Instrumentation to be Reproducible, with Shorter OR Time and Reduced Risk of Dislocation

The study showed that Microplasty instrumentation also resulted in a greater number of 3 mm and 4 mm bearings being implanted (92% vs. 84%; p=0.001)1 compared to Phase 3 Instrumentation, which Pandit, H. et al demonstrated has better survivorship than 5 mm bearings and thicker.

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Oxford Partial Knee Featured on Lifetime TV Show

The U.S. Lifetime TV show, “The Balancing Act,” broadcast a story about partial knee replacement on Feb. 15, 2017.

 

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Patient factors in the decision to delay Total Knee Arthroplasty

A recent study by Zhao, R. et al1, analysed U.S. patients' perspectives and the factors in choosing to delay TKA (Total Knee Arthroplasty).

 

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Oxford Partial Knee 40 Year Symposium

In June 2016 the Oxford Partial Knee reached the milestone of turning 40 years' old!

 

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Partial Knee Replacement could save the United States more than $1 billion by 2020

A recent study1 by Dr. Ghomrawi et al. compared the cost-effectiveness of Partial Knee* Replacement (PKR) with Total Knee Replacement (TKR).

 

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Oxford PKR patients experience near normal gait pattern compared to TKR patients

The recent study by Wiik et al1 found that Oxford Partial Knee patients experience closer to normal gait patterns while walking downhill, when compared to TKA patients.

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What factors determine revision and patient satisfaction?

A recent study from Liddle, A. et al1 has examined the factors affecting revision, patient-reported outcome and satisfaction following PKA…

 

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XPA: True Innovation is here

We're proud to introduce a focused solution to ligament preservation in orthopaedics: XPA (Bicruciate Preserving Arthroplasty).

 

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Clinical publication review: Day of surgery discharge after unicompartmental knee arthroplasty: An effective perioperative pathway

This recent study, published in the Journal of Arthoplasty by Gondusky et al1 reported that discharge on the same day as PKA allows for "efficient care of the appropriately selected patient" and a high level of patient satisfaction.

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