S D Deo Research Presented at National & International Presentations: 2016
Williams L, Culwick C, Deo S. Risk Factors for Persistent Pain After Total Knee Replacement Confirmed by Use of Patient Pain Diary. British Pain Society, Annual Scientific Meeting Harrogate May 2016.
In a nutshell: we’ve identified and quantified differences in pain between typical and atypical pain patients, with the 2nd group having more sever post-operative pain.
Deo S. Differences Between Pain Between PKA & TKA Patients presented by S Deo at the Oxford Partial Knee 40th Meeting, Heythrop Park, Oxford 2016.
In a nutshell: our pain diary confirms up to 40% of patients have some form of atypical pain at the time of their knee replacement surgery and this effects early post-op recovery.
Vaserhelyi F, Alexander M, Melton J, Deo S. Validation of the pivot apprehension test as a pain-free test in assessing anterior cruciate integrity. British Orthopaedic Association Congress, Belfast 2016.
In a nutshell: in a clinic setting apprehension is as sensitive and specific as the formal pivot shift test.
Expert-Panel Scoring of Post-Operative Radiographs: An Important Quality Assurance and Quality Improvement Tool. British Orthopaedic Association Congress, Belfast 2016.
In a nutshell: our methodology is worthwhile and a useful tool for validating quality of implantation within a department.
Williams L, Culwick C, Deo S. Differences in pre-operative pain factors affect early post- operative pain. British Orthopaedic Association Congress, Belfast 2016.
In a nutshell: confirms differences in pain levels in patients with different pain types.