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Michelle Bardgett
Karen Smith
Professor David Deehan
Robotic- and orthosensor-assisted versus manual (ROAM) total knee replacement: a study protocol for a randomised controlled trial2022
Michelle Bardgett
Professor David Deehan
Erratum to: What is the Minimum Clinically Important Difference for the WOMAC Index After TKA?2020
Lucy Walker
Michelle Bardgett
Craig Gerrand
Professor David Deehan
Correction to: The WOMAC score can be reliably used to classify patient satisfaction after total knee arthroplasty (Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, (2018), 26, 11, (3333-3341), 10.1007/s00167-018-4879-5)2019
Michelle Bardgett
James Holland
Professor David Deehan
Increased symptoms of stiffness 1 year after total knee arthroplasty are associated with a worse functional outcome and lower rate of patient satisfaction2019
Hannah Paish
Dr Nicholas Kalson
Dr Graham Smith
Alicia Del Carpio Pons
Nicholas Smith
et al.
Fibroblasts Promote Inflammation and Pain via IL-1α Induction of the Monocyte Chemoattractant Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 22018
Lucy Walker
Michelle Bardgett
James Holland
Professor David Deehan
Patient age of less than 55 years is not an independent predictor of functional improvement or satisfaction after total knee arthroplasty2018
Dr Kenneth Rankin
Jayasree Ramaskandhan
Michelle Bardgett
Dr Ian Wilson
Professor David Deehan
et al.
Synovectomy during total knee arthroplasty: a pilot single-centre randomised controlled trial.2018
Michelle Bardgett
Dr Jennifer Holland
Craig Gerrand
Professor David Deehan
The rate and predictors of patient satisfaction after total knee arthroplasty are influenced by the focus of the question: A standard satisfaction question is required2018
Lucy Walker
Michelle Bardgett
Craig Gerrand
Professor David Deehan
The WOMAC score can be reliably used to classify patient satisfaction after total knee arthroplasty2018
Michelle Bardgett
Craig Gerrand
Three groups of dissatisfied patients exist after total knee arthroplasty: Early, persistent, and late2018
Lucy Walker
Michelle Bardgett
James Holland
Professor David Deehan
Which patients are satisfied with their overall outcome but dissatisfied with their return to recreational activities after total knee arthroplasty?2018
Timothy Brock
Dr Mark Shirley
Michelle Bardgett
Professor Mark Walker
Professor David Deehan
et al.
Inadequate pre-operative glycaemic control in patients with diabetes mellitus adversely influences functional recovery after total knee arthroplasty: Patients with impaired glycaemic control exhibit poorer functional outcomes at 1-year post-arthroplasty2017
Michelle Bardgett
Dr Joanne Lally
Ajay Malviya
Professor David Deehan
Patient reported factors influencing return to work after joint replacement – A Qualitative Analysis2016
Michelle Bardgett
Dr Joanne Lally
Ajay Malviya
Professor David Deehan
Patient-reported factors influencing return to work after joint replacement2016
Michelle Bardgett
Dr Joanne Lally
Ajay Malviya
Professor David Deehan
Return to work after knee replacement: A qualitative study of patient experiences2016
Timothy Brock
Paul Baker
Professor Stephen Rushton
Michelle Bardgett
Professor David Deehan
et al.
Length of stay and its impact upon functional outcomes following lower limb arthroplasty2015
Ajay Malviya
Professor Stephen Rushton
Michelle Bardgett
Professor David Deehan
Understanding the patient-reported factors determining time taken to return to work after hip and knee arthroplasty2015