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Do TKAs in Patients with Higher BMI Take Longer, and Is the Difference Associated with Surgeon Volume? A Large-database Study from a National Arthroplasty Registry.
Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research  (IF4.176),  Pub Date : 2021-11-18, DOI: 10.1097/corr.0000000000002047
Jonathan Quayle, Antonio Klasan, Chris Frampton, Simon W Young

Increased surgical time in TKA may impact economic costs and clinical outcomes. Prior work has found that TKAs in patients with high BMI take longer, and these patients may be at greater risk for postoperative complications like infection. However, these studies included small numbers of patients and surgeons from single institutions and they did not consider surgeon volume.