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24.09.2018 | Original Article | Ausgabe 1/2019

Journal of Artificial Organs 1/2019

Differences in activities of daily living after hip arthroplasty among hip resurfacing, anterolateral THA, and posterolateral THA: a propensity score matched analysis

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Journal of Artificial Organs > Ausgabe 1/2019
Autoren:
Takashi Sakai, Hirohito Abe, Nobuo Nakamura, Hidetoshi Hamada, Masaki Takao, Nobuhiko Sugano

Abstract

The aim was to elucidate the differences in activities of daily living (ADL) after hip arthroplasty among hip resurfacing (HRA), anterolateral total hip arthroplasty (AL-THA), and posterolateral THA (PL-THA) patients after age, sex, body mass index, bilateral/unilateral hip arthroplasty, and postoperative duration were matched using propensity scores. A total of 673 hips from 540 consecutive patients who underwent hip arthroplasty were included. A self-completed questionnaire on preoperative and postoperative ADLs was administered during postsurgical visits at least ≥ 4 years postoperatively. Between HRA and PL-THA patients, the numbers of patients who performed heels-down squatting was significantly more in HRA than in PL-THA. Between AL-THA and PL-THA patients, there were significant differences in postoperative ADLs including bathing in a bathtub, riding on a train/bus, cutting toenails, bowing while straight sitting, heels-up/down squatting, riding on a bicycle, driving a car, and domestic travel. There were no significant differences in postoperative ADLs between ≥ 36 mm head and ≤ 32 mm head PL-THA patients, and between AL-THA and HRA patients. This propensity score matched study indicated that AL-THA and HRA patients were more active postoperatively than PL-THA patients.

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