An 11- to 15-year clinical outcome study of a total knee arthroplasty

An 11- to 15-year clinical outcome study of the Advance Medial Pivot total knee arthroplastyKarachalios Th, Varitimidis S, Bargiotas K, Hantes M, Malizos KN
Survival analysis at 15 years showed a cumulative success rate of 97.3% (95% confidence interval (CI) 96.7 to 97.9) for revision for any reason, of 96.4% (95% CI 95.2 to 97.6) for all operations, and 98.8% (95% CI 98.2 to 99.4) for aseptic loosening as an end point. Three TKAs (1.06%) were revised due to aseptic loosening, two (0.7%) due to infection, one (0.35%) due to instability and one (0.35%) due to a traumatic dislocation. All patients showed a statistically significant improvement on the Knee Society Score (p = 0.001), Western Ontario and McMaster University Osteoarthritis Index (p = 0.001), Short Form-12 (p = 0.01), and Oxford Knee Score (p = 0.01). A total of 207 patients (92%) were able to perform age appropriate activities with a mean flexion of the knee of 117° (85° to 135°) at final follow-up.

Conclusion

This study demonstrates satisfactory functional and radiographic long-term results for this implant.

Cite this article: Bone Joint J 2016;98-B:1050–5.

The Bone & Joint Journal, 2016
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