Research for better shared decision-making in knee surgery

20:00 EDT 24 Sep 2018 | NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre

New research by a team at the University of Oxford, supported by the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre, provides a robust basis for informed shared decision-making and consent on keyhole knee surgery. An innovative study, published today in the Lancet, using 20 years’ worth of data covering around 700,000 arthroscopic partial meniscectomies (APM), or keyhole ... Read more

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