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Page: How Should New Implants be Monitored (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
The public expects that the implants orthopaedic surgeons routinely use in clinical practice are safe, reliable, and proven to be effective. They anticipate that this will hold true for the implant it…
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Page: Is “IDEAL” Enough? Proposal for a New Framework to Evaluate Orthopaedic Devices (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Many surgical research projects commence with ideas, technical modifications, and individual observations rather than specific hypotheses, which creates methodologic difficulties in evaluating surgica…
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Page: Monitoring New Implants (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
{use-layout:ORTHOSEC} Subspecialty Theme Collection - April Evidence-based orthopaedics posits the inclusion of best evidence in clinical decision-making. However, its practice is often hampered by or…
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Page: Post-market Monitoring of New Implants - Are Registries the Answer (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
"When patients' best interests are looked after, everything else falls into place." When ill, patients want the latest medical treatments, including drugs, medical devices and new technologies, yet wa…
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Page: The Case of Metal-on-Metal Implant Recalls - What Have We Learned (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
In recent decades, the introduction of new drugs and implants has often been accompanied by enthusiastic acceptance by the medical community. However, there are cases in which this initial enthusiasm …
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Page: The Cycle of Innovation - The IDEAL Framework (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Orthopaedic surgery is a highly innovative specialty. The rapidity of innovation often outpaces the opportunity to conduct scientifically rigorous studies to ensure patient safety and efficacy. The cy…
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