Tag Archives: causal inference

Cup coverage and dislocation risk in THA

By | May 11, 2020

This is one of our recent work from Coxa Hospital for Joint Replacement. This relates to post-marketing surveillance which is always very important topic. In short, main primary THR system changed and anecdotal evidence started to accumulate that maybe dislocations had become more common with the new cup system. We decided to take a deeper… Read More »

Why do we need randomized trials?

By | April 28, 2020

Discussion about randomized controlled trials (RCT) has been extensive in social media during this spring due to corona virus epidemic. This discussion was especially heated when “not so good” clinical trial was published stating that hydroxychloroquine is efficient in the treatment of corona virus disease (CoViD-19). I drew this picture and posted it on Twitter.… Read More »