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How safe are joint implants? (Implant Device Safety Series Post #3 of 4)

Written by on January 22, 2016

In a four-part series, we will explore the safety of joint implant devices as well as how patients can have a stronger voice in ensuring the safety of these devices by participating in research.

In the Week 3 post, we focus on the importance of patients being well-informed on various devices’ safety and effectiveness during their selection process. Interested patients can participate in an upcoming webinar (conference call) to discuss their individual experience with joint replacement.

What You Don’t Know About Replacement Joints Can Hurt You (Implant Device Safety Series Post #2 of 4)

Written by on January 15, 2016

In a four-part series, we will explore the safety of joint implant devices as well as how patients can have a stronger voice in ensuring the safety of these devices by participating in research.

In the Week 2 post, we focus on the importance of patients being well-informed on various devices’ safety and effectiveness during their selection process. Interested patients can participate in an upcoming webinar (conference call) to discuss their individual experience with joint replacement.

Research into the Safety of Artificial Joints Would be BeTTER SAID If Patients Are Involved (Implant Device Safety Series Post #1 of 4)

Written by on January 7, 2016

In a four-part series, we will explore the safety of joint implant devices as well as how patients can have a stronger voice in ensuring the safety of these devices by participating in research.

In the Week 1 post, we discuss the important role device selection plays in joint replacement safety and how interested patients can participate in an upcoming webinar (conference call) to discuss their experience.

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