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Demographics of Hip, Knee and Shoulder Arthroplasty Supplementary Report

posted on 2023-10-12, 04:31 authored by Paul N Smith, David RJ Gill, Michael J McAuliffe, Catherine McDougall, James D Stoney, Christopher J Vertullo, Christopher J Wall, Sophia Corfield, Richard PageRichard Page, Kara Cashman, Alana R Cuthbert, Peiyao Du, Dylan Harries, Carl Holder, Michelle F Lorimer, Peter L Lewis
Data presented in this report have been submitted to the Registry by both public and private hospitals. Currently, 364 hospitals contribute nationally but this number varies from time to time due to hospital closures, new hospitals or changes to services within hospitals. The Registry was implemented in a staged manner on a state-by-state basis. Implementation was completed nationally by mid-2002; therefore 2003 was the first year of complete national data. All hip, knee and shoulder replacement procedures recorded by the Registry from the commencement date to 31 December 2022 have been included in this report. This Report is one of 16 supplementary reports to complete the AOANJRR Annual Report for 2023. Information on the background, purpose, aims, benefits and governance of the Registry can be found in the Introductory chapter of the 2023 Hip, Knee and Shoulder Arthroplasty Annual Report. The Registry data quality processes including data collection, validation and outcomes assessment, are provided in detail in the Data Quality section of the introductory chapter of the 2023 Hip, Knee and Shoulder Arthroplasty Annual Report:



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