Risico op revisieoperatie van de totale heupprothese
Berekend het risico op een revisieoperatie van de heupprothese binnen vijf jaar na de initiële operatie. 
Research authors: Elizabeth W. Paxton, Maria C.S. Inacio, Monti Khatod, Eric Yue, Tadashi Funahashi, Thomas Barber
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Model ID
1226
Version
1.3
Revision date
2018-03-21
Specialty
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  • Revision Surgery
  • Total Hip Replacement
  • Model type
    Logistic regression (Calculation)
    Status
    public
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    Additional information

    Het risicomodel is ontwikkeld met prospectief verzamelde data van het Amerikaanse Kaiser Permanente. Patiëntdata over totale heup- en knieprotheses is verzameld in Kaiser Permanentes "Total Joint Replacement Registry". 

    In totaal zijn er 20592 patiënten die een nieuwe heup kregen geïncludeerd. Hiervan hadden 641 patiënten een revisie nodig binnen 5 jaar. 

    Study Population

    Total population size: 20592

    Categorical characteristics

    Name Subset / Group Nr. of patients
    Revisieoperatie Ja 641
    Nee 19951

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    Het berekende risico op een revisie van de heup binnen vijf jaar is:
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    Het berekende risico kan gebruikt worden op patiënten te identificeren die een verhoogd risico hebben op een revisie en medische beslissingen kunnen onderbouwd worden vanuit het risico. Verdere validatie en uitbreiding van het model is nodig in de toekomst. 

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