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  • Calcium and vitamin D supplements may not protect against bone fractures

    One of the most contentious questions in nutrition science over the past decade has been whether older adults should be taking supplemental vitamin D and calcium. As the world's population ages and broken bones and fractures become even more of a public health concern, with huge social and economic consequences, researchers have been trying to make sense of conflicting studies on the association between supplements and fracture risk.

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  • AAHKS comments on CMS outpatient rule, TKA reimbursement change

    In a recently issued press release about a CMS final rule to remove total knee arthroplasty from the inpatient only list, the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons said it agrees with the CMS’s claim that "the decision regarding the most appropriate care setting for a given surgical procedure is a complex medical judgement made by the physician based on the beneficiaries’ individual clinical needs and preferences."

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  • ConforMIS' custom 3D printed knee implants help 61-year-old woman regain mobility

    A 61-year-old woman from Memphis, Tennessee has received a customized 3D printed knee implant to treat a bad case of osteoarthritis. The 3D printed implant was created by ConforMIS, a Massachusetts-based medical tech company.

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  • What is a hairline fracture?

    Hairline or stress fractures are tiny cracks on a bone that often develop in the foot or lower leg. It is common for hairline fractures to occur as a result of sports that involve repetitive jumping or running.

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  • Electronic patient rehabilitation application led to improved THA PROs

    An electronic patient rehabilitation application used alone or with home health services led to improved patient reported outcomes 12 weeks after total hip arthroplasty and may mitigate the need for home health services in these patients, according to results presented at the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons Annual Meeting.

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