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Clinical Study

Two-Stage Revision Arthroplasty for Periprosthetic Hip Infection: Mean Follow-Up of Ten Years

Table 2

Diagnosis and surgical procedures.

Diseases for arthroplasty (osteonecrosis/fracture/osteoarthritis/autoimmune/other)62 (39%)/44 (28%)/43 (27%)/5 (3%)/3 (2%)
Index procedure (primary THA/revised THA/hemiarthroplasty)72 (46%)/44 (28%)/41 (26%)
Cementation in index OP (cementless/hybrid/full cementation)129 (82%)/22 (14%)/6 (4%)
C-reactive protein level before revision OP (mg/L)10.5 ± 17 (0.3–96)
Erythrocyte sedimentation rate before revision OP (mm/hr)25.1 ± 18 (2–72)
Revision prosthesis (cage/megaprosthesis)21 (13%)/1 (0.6%)
Cementation in revision (cementless/hybrid/full cementation)122 (78%)/31 (20%)/4 (2%)
Bone grafting in revision (no/morselized allograft/onlay allograft/allograft-prosthesis composite)125 (79%)/26 (17%)/3 (2%)/3 (2%)

Data are number (%) of episodes or mean ± standard deviation (range).
THA: total hip arthroplasty; OP: operation.

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