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Survival of Lubinus straight (IP) and curved (SP) total hip prostheses in 543 patients after 4–13 years

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The clinical outcome and survival of 543 total hip arthroplasties with Lubinus cemented total hip prostheses after a mean of 7.9 years are reported. Clinical evaluation revealed no significant differences between patients with a straight stem and those with a curved anatomic stem. Loosening was statistically associated with young age, male sex, heavy weight, diagnosis other than osteoarthritis and year of operation. Survivorship analysis of the Lubinus IP implant at 8 years revealed a 95% chance of survival. The survival of the SP implant was 96%. After this time point the curve for SP implants began to fall at a faster rate than that for IP implants.

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Savilahti, S., Myllyneva, I., Pajamäki, K.J.J. et al. Survival of Lubinus straight (IP) and curved (SP) total hip prostheses in 543 patients after 4–13 years. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 116, 10–13 (1997). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00434092

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