Sandeep K Chauhan

Sandeep K Chauhan
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust | BSUH · Department of Trauma and Orthopaedics

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Aims: There is uncertainty regarding the optimal means of thromboprophylaxis following total hip and knee arthroplasty (THA, TKA). This systematic review presents the evidence for acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) as a thromboprophylactic agent in THA and TKA and compares it with other chemoprophylactic agents. Materials and Methods: A search of lite...
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Computer assisted total knee arthroplasty (CATKA) has its own unique complications. The aim of this study was to present our experience of early complications in a large consecutive series of CATKA. We investigated retrospective data on the complications specific to computer navigation that were encountered with a consecutive series of 1596 CATKA....
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Computer Aided Surgery has consistently shown superior alignment of components when compared to non-navigated jig based techniques. The aim of this study is to assess the mid-term clinical outcome of TKA performed by a consultant orthopedic surgeon, compared to trainee surgeons. Ninety-two patients were matched and randomly allocated to have CAS su...
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Introduction Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) has perceived advantages in the early post-operative stage such as reduced blood loss, decreased pain, earlier return to function and earlier discharge. Objective The aim of our study was to confirm that longer term clinical outcome of TKA is not compromised when MIS is combined with computer assisted...
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We previously compared the component alignment in total knee replacement using a computer-navigated technique with a conventional jig-based method. We randomly allocated 71 patients to undergo either computer-navigated or conventional replacement. An improved alignment was seen in the computer-navigated group. The patients were then followed up pos...
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Although total knee arthroplasty is regarded as having good long-term survival, a significant percentage of patients are dissatisfied. Malalignment and poor soft tissue balancing are significant factors in increased polyethylene wear and early failure. We discuss the role of computer-assisted surgery in improving alignment, its possible effect on t...
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A controlled study, comparing computer- and conventional jig-assisted total knee replacement in six cadavers is presented. In order to provide a quantitative assessment of the alignment of the replacements, a CT-based technique which measures seven parameters of alignment has been devised and used. In this a multi-slice CT machine scanned in 2.5 mm...
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A controlled study, comparing computer- and conventional jig-assisted total knee replacement in six cadavers is presented. In order to provide a quantitative assessment of the alignment of the replacements, a CT-based technique which measures seven parameters of alignment has been devised and used. In this a multi-slice CT machine scanned in 2.5 mm...
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We have compared a new technique of computer-assisted knee arthroplasty with the current conventional jig-based technique in 70 patients randomly allocated to receive either of the methods. Post-operative CT was performed according to the Perth CT Knee Arthroplasty protocol and pre- and post-operative Maquet views of the limb were taken. Intra-oper...
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We have compared a new technique of computer-assisted knee arthroplasty with the current conventional jig-based technique in 70 patients randomly allocated to receive either of the methods. Post-operative CT was performed according to the Perth CT Knee Arthroplasty protocol and pre- and post-operative Maquet views of the limb were taken. Intra-oper...

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