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interventions included in the review Tricompartmental kneereplacement using 37 different prostheses of 4 differing types: posterior cruciate ligament sparing; anterior and posterior cruciate ligament sacrificing without posterior cruciate ligament substitution; anterior and posterior cruciate ligament sacrificing with posterior cruciate ligament substitution; anterior and posterior cruciate ligament sacrificing with posterior cruciate and collateral ligament substitution. Participants included (...) Patient outcomes following tricompartmental total kneereplacement: a meta-analysis Patient outcomes following tricompartmental total kneereplacement: a meta-analysis Patient outcomes following tricompartmental total kneereplacement: a meta-analysis Callahan C M, Drake B G, Heck D A, Dittus R S Authors' objectives To provide estimates of patient outcomes following tricompartmental kneereplacement, and to examine variation in outcomes due to patient and prosthesis characteristics. Searching
Cognitive and functional competence after anaesthesia in patients aged over 60: controlled trial of general and regional anaesthesia for elective hip or kneereplacement. To determine the influence of general or regional anaesthesia on long term mental function in elderly patients.Prospective study of patients randomly allocated to receive general or regional anaesthesia.The patients' homes and a large teaching hospital in Cardiff.146 Patients aged 60 and over scheduled for elective hip or knee