Obesity alone should not rule out knee replacement surgeryBMJ 2022; 379 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.o2473 (Published 25 October 2022) Cite this as: BMJ 2022;379:o2473
- Helen Saul, editor in chief1,
- Deniz Gursul, research dissemination manager1,
- Jonathan Evans, Robin Ling Hip Fellow, honorary senior lecturer in trauma and orthopaedics23
- 1NIHR Centre for Engagement and Dissemination, Twickenham, UK
- 2Exeter Hip Unit, Royal Devon University Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Exeter, UK
- 3University of Bristol, Bristol, UK
- Correspondence to H Saul
Evans JT, Mouchti S, Blom AW, et al. Obesity and revision surgery, mortality, and patient-reported outcomes after primary knee replacement surgery in the National Joint Registry: a UK cohort study. PLoS Med 2021;18:7.
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