JBJS video summaries provide helpful synopses of key data from scientific studies. A video summary is now available with the new JBJS study by Sinclair
A new JBJS study by Fontalis et al. compares the inflammatory response in robotic-arm-assisted total knee arthroplasty (TKA) vs. conventional jig-based TKA. The investigators also
Now Available: JBJS Supplement on Large Database and Registry Research in Joint Arthroplasty and Orthopaedics
JBJS is pleased to announce the publication of the JBJS Supplement on Large Database and Registry Research in Joint Arthroplasty and Orthopaedics. The supplement was
A new JBJS study reviews costs associated with nonoperative management of osteoarthritis in the 1-year period leading up to total knee arthroplasty (TKA). JBJS Deputy
In the current issue of JBJS, Goh et al. report on the association between glucose variability and postoperative complications following aseptic revision total joint arthroplasty
The rise in health-care costs has contributed to the push for value-based health-care (VBHC) reform. A recent JBJS-AOA Critical Issues article by Lin et al.
A new study evaluates trends in knee arthroscopy. Have evidence-based recommendations influenced real-world practice? This post comes from research resident Derek T. Schloemann, MD,
Co-author Rachel M. Frank, MD summarizes the 5 most compelling findings from among the studies highlighted in the new “What’s New in Sports Medicine” in JBJS.
This guest post comes from Jaime Bellamy, DO in response to a recent randomized clinical trial reported in JAMA Network Open and featured in MedPage
A randomized clinical trial remains at the top of the Level of Evidence pyramid precisely because this experimental design is the optimum way to limit