Prologue Firstly, it is important to describe what post-hoc power really means. Post-hoc power is the power of the test using effect size observed and sample size used in the study. For this reason post-hoc power is often labeled as observed power. If for any experiment the effect size, parameter estimates and sample size is […]
This is a tweetorial about arthroscopic partial meniscectomy I posted on Twitter.
This post describes an adaptation of Gartner Hype Cycle on metal-on-metal hip replacements. It is very unlikely that MoM hip replacements will achieve the “Plateau of Productivity“. Therefore two other later stages are proposed with annotations. Reference 1. Harris WH. Osteolysis and particle disease in hip replacement. A review. Acta Orthop Scand. 1994 Feb;65(1):113-23. 2. […]
Our study about increasing incidence of surgically treated quadriceps tendon ruptures was just published in the Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy. At this moment it is in Open Access format so full-text is freely available. Below is the grabstract, ie. graphical abstract, of our study. In our study we write “There is no evidence of […]
This bothered me a lot, so I acted upon it. A prestigious sports surgery journal, American Journal of Sports Medicine, marketed their own study in Twitter like this:
Being in the worlds largest meeting in my field, I can´t help noticing those little things. Therefore I drafted a congress bingo! Feel free to use and entertain yourself!
A week ago Mortensen et al. published a study protocol investigating medial unicompartmental versus total knee arthroplasty for anteromedial tibio-femoral osteoarthritis. This study setting is very interesting. Both total knee replacement (TKR) and unicompartmental knee replacement (UKR) can be used to treat medial sided knee osteoarthritis. Mortensen et al. nicely sum up both pros and […]
There are no studies reporting incidences of specific or serious causes of acute low back pain. Below is our grabstract on a study establishing these incidences. Link: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00264-018-3983-y
Hellman et al. addressed the proposed advantages of metal-on-metal (MoM) hip resurfacings (HR) over tradition total hip replacements (THR) in their recent systematic review. There has been relative paucity in the literature regarding positive studies in MoM HRs. Some single surgeon and single center studies have been published, but in general, the study by Hellman […]