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  • Timing and Risk Factors for Venous Thromboembolism After Rotator Cuff Repair in the 30-Day Perioperative Period. [Journal Article]
    Arthroscopy 2019Sager B, Ahn J, … Khazzam M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Venous thromboembolism is a rare complication following rotator cuff repair 0.3%. Understanding the risk factors: duration of surgery >80 minutes, male sex, body mass index >30 kg/m2, ASA III or IV, RCR as an inpatient under general anesthesia, bleeding disorder, or dyspnea may be useful in guiding treatment to prevent VTE. The largest risk for VTE is a patient with unplanned reoperation. RCR surgery performed in an outpatient setting resulted in a significantly lower incidence of VTE.
  • Examining the Potency of Subacromial Bursal Cells as a Potential Augmentation for Rotator Cuff Healing: An In Vitro Study. [Journal Article]
    Arthroscopy 2019Morikawa D, Johnson JD, … Mazzocca AD
  • CONCLUSIONS: The subacromial bursa is an easily accessible tissue that can be obtained during RC repair, with significant pluripotent stem cell potency for tendon healing. Compared with cBMA taken from the proximal humerus, bursal cells showed significantly increased differentiation ability and gene expression over time.Failed RC repairs have been partly attributed to a poor healing environment. Biologic augmentation of the repair site may help increase healing potential and incorporation of the cuff at the tendon-bone interface.
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