UK experts reveal.

Birmingham hip resurfacing gives lowest mortality risk By Lynda Williams Guys with osteoarthritis who undergo Birmingham hip resurfacing have a lesser risk for mortality than sufferers undergoing cemented or uncemented total hip arthroplasty , UK experts reveal. The task had a comparable price of revision because of implant failing to uncemented THA, both which had higher prices than cemented THA considerably, survey Richard Riley and co-employees in the BMJ after examining data for about 275,000 patients contained in the National Joint Registry. Weighed against guys who underwent Birmingham hip resurfacing , those undergoing uncemented and cemented THA had been 1 .47 and 1.64 times much more likely to die during follow-up, after adjusting for age, gender, American Culture of Anesthesiologists score, and complexity.

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