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Delay of total joint replacement is associated with a higher 90-day revision rate and increased postoperative complications

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Holzapfel, Dominik Emanuel ; Meyer, Matthias ; Thieme, Max ; Pagano, Stefano ; von Kunow, Frederik ; Weber, Markus
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Purpose Delay of elective surgeries, such as total joint replacement (TJR), is a common procedure in the current pandemic. In trauma surgery, postponement is associated with increased complication rates. This study aimed to evaluate the impact of postponement on surgical revision rates and postoperative complications after elective TJR. Methods In a retrospective analysis of 10,140 consecutive ...


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