AAOS2017: No RSA or clinical benefit of PSI over conventional instruments in TKA
Evaluation of Conventional and Patient-specific Instrumentation in Total Knee Replacement using Radiostereometric Analysis
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50 patients scheduled for total knee arthroplasty were randomized to the procedure completed with either patient-specific instrumentation (PSI) or conventional instruments. Patients were assessed for clinical scores, component migration on radiostereometric analysis, operative time, surgical resource consumption and waste production, and overall cost per patient. PSI was associated with no signifi...
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