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
Tag: hyaluronic acid
Intra-articular hyaluronic acid injections, also known as viscosupplementation, are a common treatment option for many patients with end-stage osteoarthritis of the knee. However, the effectiveness
OrthoBuzz occasionally receives posts from guest bloggers. This guest post comes from Prof. Joerg Jerosch, in response to a recent article in JBJS Reviews. I congratulate Vannabouathong
In a recent OrthoBuzz post, I commented on the apparent benefits to patients when Scottish hip-fracture guidelines were followed. Now, in a “closer-to-home” study in
Orthopaedists frequently treat knee osteoarthritis with hyaluronic acid (HA) or corticosteroid injections, but which works better? The 99 patients in a double-blinded randomized controlled trial
Every month, JBJS publishes a Specialty Update—a review of the most pertinent and impactful studies published in the orthopaedic literature during the previous year in 13 subspecialties.
A “Clinical Therapeutics” article in the March 12, 2015 New England Journal of Medicine focuses on viscosupplementation for knee osteoarthritis (OA). In presenting a case