National Joint-Replacement Registry Unveils First Data Report
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
The mean age of knee replacement patients is slightly younger than those with hip replacements, and more females than males have joints replaced. Those are among the findings in the inaugural report of the American Joint Replacement Registry, which aspires to become a national clearinghouse for data on U.S. hip and knee procedures.
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