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Low infection rate after knee arthroplasty

Low infection rate after knee arthroplasty

Posted: November 26th, 2011

RPA Janssen, MD performs more than 100 total knee arthroplasties per year at the Orthopaedic Center Máxima, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. The track record of the knee prothesis that he uses is very good: 98.8% survivial after 9 years (independent research). The results of his surgeries are documented and published regularly (see Publications).  

A low infection rate is an important criterium for quality of medical care. Analysis of all knee arthroplasties by RPA Janssen, in the last 4 years, shows a low infection rate: 0.25%. In The Netherlands, < 1 % infection rate is considered good medical care after knee arthroplasties.  


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RPA Janssen, MD PhD Prof
Orthopaedic Surgeon
Orthopaedic Associates Eindhoven Greater Area
Orthopedic Center Máxima
Máxima Medical Center (MMC)

Visiting adress MMC Eindhoven:
Ds. Th. Fliednerstraat 1
Ingang Zuid
5631 BM  Eindhoven
The Netherlands 
(outpatient clinic and surgery)

Visiting adress MMC Veldhoven:
De Run 4600
5504 DB  Veldhoven
The Netherlands
(Outpatient clinic)

Mail adress:
Postbus 90052
5600 PD  Eindhoven
The Netherlands

Tel. 0031 (0)40 88 88 600
(Call center Orthopedie)

Fax: 0031 (0)40 88 85 938
www.rpajanssen.com 

Links:
KneeGuru
Orthopaedic Associates Eindhoven Greater Area
Máxima Medical Center
Eindhoven University of Technology
Fontys University of Applied Sciences
 

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