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Regarding ‘Metal-backed glenoid implant with polyethylene insert is not a viable long-term therapeutic option’

PROMOTIONAL FEATURE We read with much interest the article entitled ‘Metal-backed glenoid implant with polyethylene insert is not a viable long-term therapeutic option.’ This article is a retrospective study of


Saving financial resources with PALACOS R+G

PROMOTIONAL FEATURE The use of PALACOS R+G in the prevention of PJI has an extremely favourable cost-efficiency profile when used routinely in cemented hip and knee arthroplasties The use of


NJR study reveals ethnic minorities are less likely to receive hip or knee joint replacements

The first large-scale study of ethnicity and joint replacement in the UK, using data from the National Joint Registry, showed that ethnic minorities are less likely to receive hip or


JRI Orthopaedics launches international centre of orthopaedic excellence

JRI Orthopaedics has worked alongside Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust to establish its first UK Centre of Excellence for joint replacement. The Hull and East Yorkshire Regional Arthroplasty


Tailored support on offer to help hospitals and healthcare providers in EMEA to increase patients’ outcomes and reduce costs

Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices (JJMD) has launched a new approach to help drive value-based healthcare in hospitals across Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) – CareAdvantage. This is


Money Matters: Are you paid what you should be?

Money Matters Simon Bruce, CEO of Cavendish Medical, on the pay slip mistakes that could also impact your pension We have recently uncovered several cases where consultants are on the


ATTUNE® knee system four-year revision rate is lower than total knee class

DePuy Synthes announced in June the new ATTUNE® Knee implant survivorship data based on an Implant Summary Report obtained from the National Joint Registry for England, Wales, Northern Ireland and


Toxic fears for more than 50,000 UK residents with metal-on-metal hip replacements

More than 50,000 patients with ‘metal-on-metal’ hips are being told to undergo X-rays and blood tests after watchdogs found they are far more toxic than was thought. Every person fitted


Women more sensitive than men to metal used in joint replacement

Among patients with unexplained pain after undergoing total joint replacement with metal-containing components, women are more likely than men to test positive for metal sensitisation, according to a report by


Joint Operations: “We aim to help surgeons think and work differently”

PROMOTIONAL FEATURE An interview with the managing director and founder of Joint Operations, Richard Forster Who are Joint Operations? Joint Operations is an orthopaedic, woundcare and spinal business established in