Study Shows Outpatient TJA Requires More Surgeon Time

A study published in the Journal of Arthroplasty (JOA), “Rapid Discharge and Outpatient Total Joint Arthroplasty Introduce a Burden of Care to the Surgeon,” concludes that surgeons and their teams take on additional perioperative care responsibilities for patients who...

New Issue of Arthroplasty Today Online Now!

The June issue of the AAHKS open-access journal is now online. Here are the Issue Highlights: Editorial Peer review in the reporting of clinical trials in Arthroplasty Today Thomas J. Blumenfeld, Mark J. Spangehl, Gregory J. Golladay, Brett R. Levine, J. Bohannon...

Trending in JOA: Kneeling Protocol after TKA

A study published in the May issue of the Journal of Arthroplasty included a simple protocol for kneeling after total knee arthroplasty (TKA). Authors Sara J.S. Wallace, MD, MPH and Richard A. Berger, MD from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago recognized the...

Call for JOA Reviewers!

Would you like to serve as a volunteer reviewer for JOA? Please send your CV to journalofarthroplasty@gmail.com, and indicate the topics you would be most comfortable reviewing from the following list: – Avascular Necrosis – Basic Science – Bearing...

Arthroplasty Today Features Digital Health

Here are some highlights from the latest issue of the AAHKS open-access journal, Arthroplasty Today: Patients, pictures, and privacy: managing clinical photographs in the smartphone era John F. Nettrour, M. Benjamin Burch, B. Sonny Bal Changes in prospectively...
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