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Table 1 Survival rates at 10 and 20 Yearsa

From: Risk factors for revision of total knee arthroplasty: a scoping review

Author(s), year Duration of follow-up (yrs) Index procedure (n) Revision (n) Survival rate (%, CI)
Badawy M. et al., 2013 [42] 10 26,698 1169 Low hospital volumeb: 92.5 %, 95 % CI 91.5 to 93.4
High hospital volume: 95.5 %, 95 % CI 94.1 to 97.0
Gothesen, Ø. et al., 2013 [17] 10 17,782 NR 89.5 to 95.3 %, CI- NR
Himanen, A. et al., 2007 [20] 10 751 37 Prosthetic moulded component: 94.4 %, 95 % CI 90.4 to 96.7
Prosthetic modular component: 93.6 %, 95 % CI 89.7 to 96.0
Jämsen, E. et al., 2013 [21] 10 53,007 1919 94.5 %, 95 % CI 94.1 to 94.8
Rand, J. et al., 2003 [19] 10 11,606 NR 91 %, 95 % CI 90 to 91 %
Vessely, M. et al., 2006 [18] 10 1000 45 98.6 %, 95 % CI 97.8 to 99.4
Fang, D. et al., 2009 [23] 20 6070 51 99 %, CI - NR
Rand, J. et al., 2003 [19] 20 11,606 NR 78 %, 95 % CI 74 to 81 %
  1. aSee Additional file 2 for further detail. Not reported in publication, NR
  2. bLow hospital volume is 1–24 TKA performed per year; High hospital volume is ≥150 TKA performed per year