The Nijmegen Retrospective Clinical Studies and Evaluation Based on 7 Years of Experience
About this webinar
Dr. Marieke Baauw presents the results of a study investigating the primary and secondary outcomes of 27 patients with the aMace implant, 2 years after surgery. The main conclusions are a literature review of studies on how to treat large acetabular defects. The study analyzes 16 cases to compare the preoperative planning with the position of the implant post-operatively.
What you will learn
- The results of the study investigating the primary and secondary outcomes of 27 patients having the aMace implant, 2 years after surgery
- The main conclusions are a literature review of studies on how to treat large acetabular defects
- What the clinical pathway is when treating large acetabular defects with the aMace solution at the Sint-Maartenskliniek
- The results of the analysis of 16 cases comparing the preoperative planning with the post-operative position of the implant (inclination, anteversion, rotation, and center of rotation)
- By how many percentage points the Oxford Hip Score improved 2 years after surgery
- How little the average satisfaction rate of the patients in the study differed from the average satisfaction rate after a TKA
Dr. Marieke Baauw
Dr. Marieke Baauw
Orthopaedic surgeon in Training, UMCG Universitair Medisch Centrum Groningen, The Netherlands
Dr. Marieke Baauw is an orthopaedic surgeon in training at the UMCG Universitair Medisch Centrum Groningen, The Netherlands. She is the co-author of publications in the field of acetabular implants, collaborating with Dr. Van Hellemondt and Dr. Spruit from the Sint-Maartenskliniek in Nijmegen.
Baauw M, van Hellemondt GG, Spruit M. A custom-made acetabular implant for Paprosky type 3 defects. Orthopedics 2017;40(1):195-198. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Baauw M, van Hellemondt GG, van Hooff ML, Spruit M. The accuracy of positioning of a custom-made implant within a large acetabular defect at revision arthroplasty of the hip. Bone Jt J 2015;97–B:780–5. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
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