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Prothesenwechseloperationen

  • Jorg Jerosch
  • A. Kartzer
  • F. Sickelmann
  • K. Seemann
  • J. Loehr
  • Frank Gohlke
  • O. Rolf
  • S. Schuler
  • D. Böhm
  • Daniel Molé
  • F. Sirveaux
  • L. Favard
  • J. Guery
  • Marcus Rickert
  • M. Loew
  • Claudius Zeiler
  • M. Kettler
  • E. Wiedemann
  • Ulrich Irlenbusch
  • M. Bracht
  • L. Forke
  • H. K. Gansen
  • U. Lorenz
  • A. Ziegert
  • Matthias Flury
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Zusammenfassung

Die tiefe Wundinfektion ist eine seltene, aber dafür umso mehr zu fürchtende Komplikation nach endoprothetischem Schultergelenkersatz. Die Inzidenz wird in der Regel mit Werten zwischen 0,4 und 2,9% angegeben (Tab. 1). Nur in Ausnahmen liegt die Inzidenz höher.
Tab. 1

Inzidenz von Infekten nach alloarthroplastischem Schultergelenkersatz.

Autor

Inzidenz

Design

Cofield 1990

0,4

nonconstrained

Neer et al. 1982

0,52

Neer-Implant

Cofield 1994

1,3

Neer-Implant

Kelly 1990

1,4

Neer-Implant

Lettin et al. 1982

2,0

Constrained Stanmore

Swanson et al. 1989

2,9

bipolar

PahlelKvarnes 1985

15,4

Constrained Stanmore

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jorg Jerosch
    • 1
  • A. Kartzer
  • F. Sickelmann
  • K. Seemann
  • J. Loehr
  • Frank Gohlke
    • 2
  • O. Rolf
  • S. Schuler
  • D. Böhm
  • Daniel Molé
    • 3
  • F. Sirveaux
  • L. Favard
  • J. Guery
  • Marcus Rickert
    • 4
  • M. Loew
  • Claudius Zeiler
    • 5
  • M. Kettler
  • E. Wiedemann
  • Ulrich Irlenbusch
    • 6
  • M. Bracht
  • L. Forke
  • H. K. Gansen
  • U. Lorenz
  • A. Ziegert
  • Matthias Flury
    • 7
  1. 1.St. Johanna Etienne KrankenhausNeuss
  2. 2.Orthopädische Universitäts-Kliniken WürzburgWürzburg
  3. 3.Clinique de Traumatologic et d’OrthopedieNancyFrankreich
  4. 4.Orthopädische Universitätsklinik HeidelbergHeidelberg
  5. 5.Chirurgische Klinik und PoliklinikLudwig- Maximilians-Universität MünchenMünchen
  6. 6.Marienstift ArnstadtArnstadt
  7. 7.Schulthess KlinikZürichSchweiz

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