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Table 1 Generalities and demographic data of included studies

From: Better outcomes and reduced failures for arthroplasty over osteotomy for advanced compartmental knee osteoarthritis in patients older than 50 years

Author, year Type of study Follow-up (months) Type of procedure Number of knees Female (%) Mean age Mean BMI Type of implant
Jeon et al., 2017 [34] RCS 24 OWHTO 26 84.60 56.8 26.6 TomoFix (DePuy Synthes)
CKA 21 80.90 60.7 26.1 High Flex (Zimmer)
Krych et al., 2017 [35] RCS 84.00 OWHTO 30 28.30 48.0 31.9 Not specified
CKA 133 55.20 47.0 32.5 Miller-Galante (Zimmer)
Petersen et al., 2016 [36] RCS 60 OWHTO 13 39.10 58.9 23.0 TomoFix (DePuy Synthes)
CKA 25 64.00 60.7 25.0 Oxford III implant
Ryu et al., 2018 [37] RCS 36.55 OWHTO 23 91.30 57.6 27.7 ChronOS vivify spacer + TomoFix (DePuy Synthes)
CKA 22 86.50 60.5 25.4 Sigma unicompartmental knee (DePuy)
Stukenborg-Colsman et al., 2001 [38] RCT 90 OWHTO 32 40.60 67.0   Five-hole-two-thirds tubular plate and a cortical screw
CKA 30 78.60 67.0   Unicondylar knee sliding (Aesculap)
Takeuchi et al., 2010 [39] RCS 72.5 OWHTO 27 75.00 67.0   TomoFix (DePuy Synthes)
CKA 30 47.10 77.0   Uni-Knee (Nakashima Propeller Co)
Yim et al., 2013 [40] RCS 43.8 OWHTO 58 96.00 58.3   2 wedge plates (Aesculap)
CKA 50 87.90 60.3   Miller-Galante (Zimmer)
  1. RCS retrospective clinical study, RCT randomized clinical trial