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Detection of total hip arthroplasties at airport security checkpoints - how do updated security measures affect patients?

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Summary of "Detection of total hip arthroplasties at airport security checkpoints - how do updated security measures affect patients?"

There have been historical reports on the experiences of patients with total hip arthroplasty (THA) passing through standard metal detectors at airports. The purpose of this study was to analyse those who had recently passed through airport security and the incidence of: (i) triggering of the alarm; (ii) extra security searches; and (iii) perceived inconvenience.

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Name: Hip international : the journal of clinical and experimental research on hip pathology and therapy
ISSN: 1724-6067
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