Revision rates for metal-on-metal hip resurfacing and metal-on-metal total hip arthroplasty – a systematic review
Hip Int 2016; 26(6): 515 - 521
Article Type: REVIEW
AuthorsSofie-Amalie L. Ras Sørensen, Henrik L. Jørgensen, Sune L. Sporing, Jes B. Lauritzen
To compare revision rates of metal-on-metal (MoM) hip resurfacing (HRS) and MoM total hip arthroplasty (THA), as well as the primary causes for revisions.
The PubMed database was queried for potentially relevant articles addressing MoMTHA and MoMHRS, a total of 51 articles were included.
The review includes a total number of 5,399 MoMHRS and 3,244 THA prosthesis and the reasons for prosthesis failure were divided into 7 categories and the main causes discussed. The overall MoMTHA revision rate was 4.7% after 6.9 years. MoMHRS revision rate was 5.9% after 5.7 years. The odds ratio was 1.25 (1.03:1.53) 95% CI (p = 0.03) (MoMHRS vs. MoMTHA).
The studies of hip prostheses were separated into 2 categories of short- and long-term (more or less than 5 years). Short-term revision rate for MoMTHA was 4.5% after 4.8 years, and for MoMHRS 4.0% after 4.2 years. The odds ratio was 1.09 (0.82:1.43) 95% CI (0 = 0.56) (MoMTHA vs. MoMHRS). Long-term revision rate for MoMTHA was 5.2% after 7.7 years and 8.2% after 7.6 years for MoMHRS. The odds ratio was 1.58 (1.53:1.96) 95% CI (p = 0.0001) (MoMHRS vs. MoMTHA).
Revision causes were divided into 7 main categories. The most common cause for revision for both MoMTHA and MoMHRS was loosening 47.6% vs. 37.7%, fracture (MoMTHA 7.69%; MoMHRS 19.62%), metal reactions (MoMTHA 7.69%; MoMHRS 26.92%) infection (MoMTHA 12.08%; MoMHRS 6.54%), instability (MoMTHA 9.13%; MoMHRS 2.69%), manufacturer defect 6.73% for MoMTHA and nonreported for MoMHRS, and miscellaneous (MoMTHA 7.69%; MoMHRS 6.54%) was stated.
The comparison of MoMHRS and MoMTHA revision rates showed no difference in the short term, however in the longer term, the revision rate of MoMHRS was significantly higher than for MoMTHA. The linear increase in revision rate of MoMHRS may indicate a progression in failure.
- • Accepted on 16/07/2016
- • Available online on 27/10/2016
- • Published in print on 10/11/2016
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- Ras Sørensen, Sofie-Amalie L. [PubMed] [Google Scholar] 1, * Corresponding Author (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Jørgensen, Henrik L. [PubMed] [Google Scholar] 2
- Sporing, Sune L. [PubMed] [Google Scholar] 1
- Lauritzen, Jes B. [PubMed] [Google Scholar] 1
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Bispebjerg Hospital, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen - Denmark
Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Bispebjerg Hospital, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen - Denmark