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Several factors associated with hospital admission after arthroscopic Bankart repair

Several factors associated with hospital admission after arthroscopic Bankart repair
November 20, 2017

Female gender, increasing age and longer operation time were independent risk factors for hospital admission following arthroscopic Bankart repair, according to results published in Orthopedics.

“While arthroscopic Bankart repair is commonly performed in the outpatient setting in a safe fashion among young healthy patients, older patients with comorbidities, such as diabetes and longer operation times, had a significant higher hospital admission rate,” Brett D. Owens, MD, told Healio.com/Orthopedics.

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