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Personalised high tibial osteotomy has mechanical safety equivalent to generic device in a case–control in silico clinical trial

Author
MacLeod, A.; Peckham, N.; Serrancoli, G.; Rombach, I.; Hourigan, P.; Mandalia, V.; Toms, A.; Fregly, B.J.; Gill, H.
Type of activity
Journal article
Journal
Communications Medicine
Date of publication
2021-06-30
Volume
1
Number
1
First page
6:1
Last page
6:9
DOI
10.1038/s43856-021-00001-7
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/350157 Open in new window
URL
https://www.nature.com/articles/s43856-021-00001-7 Open in new window
Abstract
Background Despite favourable outcomes relatively few surgeons offer high tibial osteotomy (HTO) as a treatment option for early knee osteoarthritis, mainly due to the difficulty of achieving planned correction and reported soft tissue irritation around the plate used to stablise the osteotomy. To compare the mechanical safety of a new personalised 3D printed high tibial osteotomy (HTO) device, created to overcome these issues, with an existing generic device, a case-control in silico virtual cl...
Citation
MacLeod, A. [et al.]. Personalised high tibial osteotomy has mechanical safety equivalent to generic device in a case–control in silico clinical trial. "Communications Medicine", 30 Juny 2021, vol. 1, núm. 1, p. 6:1-6:9.
Group of research
CREB - Biomedical Engineering Research Centre
LAM - Multimedia Applications and ICTs Laboratory

Participants

  • MacLeod, Alisdair  (author)
  • Peckham, Nicholas  (author)
  • Serrancoli Masferrer, Gil  (author)
  • Rombach, Ines  (author)
  • Hourigan, Patrick  (author)
  • Mandalia, Vipul I.  (author)
  • Toms, Andrew  (author)
  • Fregly, Benjamin Jon  (author)
  • Gill, Harinderjit  (author)

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