In modern orthopaedics, risk prediction scores can help discriminate between ideal and poor candidates for a specific therapeutic intervention. We consider these tools useful during the process of shared medical decision-making1. To our knowledge, such a strategy has never been explored in the field of hip preservation surgery.
The aim of our study is to generate a clinical decision support tool to predict risk of failure after hip preservation surgery among patients with femoroacetabular impingement (FAI).
Recommended CitationDiaz-Ledezma, MD, Claudio; Maltenfort, PhD, Mitchell; Walinchus, BS, Lesley; Hendy, BS, Benjamin; Novack, BS, Thomas; and Parvizi, MD, FRCS, Javad, "A Clinical Decision Support Tool to Predict the Risk of Failure in Patients with Femoroacetabular Impingement Undergoing Hip Preservation Surgery" (2014). Rothman Institute Conference Posters. Paper 7.