[Comparative effectiveness research of computer-assisted navigation in knee arthroplasty]
Oh KJ, Jang EJ, Kim YJ, Park JY, Shim JI, Kim SH , Na YG, Nam DC, Moon YW, Park HW, Seon JK, Song SJ, Shin YS, Yang JH, Lee KJ, Lee SH, Lee YM, Lim HT, Jang KM, Jang BH, Jung HJ, Cho Y, Han SB
Record ID 32014001398
Authors' recommendations: There was no significant difference between the two groups in terms of revision rate based on the meta-analysis results and retrospective cohort. CAOS improves the accuracy of the coronal femoral/tibial component alignment, but the clinical outcomes and the occurrence of complications including revision are similar. CAOS is not considered cost-effective compared with the conventional TKA because the QALYs gained were small and the extra cost required too much in Korea. Cost-savings is achieved if the added cost of CAOS is KRW 30-40 thousand or less per operation. However, we considered only 5-year follow-up after TKA; an expanded study with 10-15 years follow-up is required to determine the long-term cost-effectiveness.
Project Status: Completed
Year Published: 2013
URL for published report: http://www.neca.re.kr/center/researcher/report_view.jsp?boardNo=GA&seq=135&q=626f6172644e6f3d4741
English language abstract: An English language summary is available
Publication Type: Not Assigned
Country: South Korea
- Surgery, Computer-Assisted
Organisation Name: National Evidence-based healthcare Collaborating Agency
Contact Address: National Evidence-based Healthcare Collaborating Agency (NECA), 3~5F Health and Welfare Social Administration B/D, 400 Neungdong-ro, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, Korea.
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