Cemented Hip Implants Prove More Reliable Than Uncemented In Scandinavian Study
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
An analysis of registry data from Scandinavia suggests that the trend toward using uncemented hip implants should be scrutinized because they are more likely to fail than cemented versions in patients aged 65 and older.
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