2023 Annual Report
2024 Conferences

Upcoming Conferences Highlighting Medical Device Research Findings

Orthopedic registries

Implant Registries

ACL Reconstruction · Hip Fracture · Spine · Shoulder Arthroplasty ·
Total Joint Replacement · Cardiac Devices · Endovascular Stent

Surveillance Initiatives

Surveillance Initiatives

Breast Reconstruction · Cochlear Implant · Deep Brain Stimulator
Hernia Repair · Peripheral Stents
Radial Head Arthroplasty · Urethral Slings

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New Technology

New Technology

Bovine Shoulder Patch · Platelet Rich Plasma · Trancarotoid Artery Revascularization

New Technology
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The Kaiser Permanente (KP) Medical Device Surveillance and Assessment mission is to improve the quality of surgical care provided to KP members program-wide. By partnering with surgeons and leveraging integrated data systems, the Registries evaluate and monitor patient outcomes, new and existing technologies, and identify and facilitate implementation of clinical best practices applying advanced statistical analyses.

Highlights

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2023 Annual Report

Featured Image of News Story Titled: Upcoming 2024 Conferences Highlighting Medical Device Research Findings

Upcoming 2024 Conferences Highlighting Medical Device Research Findings

Featured Image of News Story Titled: Risk of Revision and Reoperation After Quadriceps Tendon Autograft ACL Reconstruction Compared With Patellar Tendon and Hamstring Autografts in a US Cohort of 21,973 Patients

Risk of Revision and Reoperation After Quadriceps Tendon Autograft ACL Reconstruction Compared With Patellar Tendon and Hamstring Autografts in a US Cohort of 21,973 Patients

Featured Image of News Story Titled: Association Between Drilling Techniques and Meniscal Reoperation Risk Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Association Between Drilling Techniques and Meniscal Reoperation Risk Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Featured Image of News Story Titled: No Difference in Reoperation Rates for Adjacent Segment Disease in Posterior Cervical Fusions Stopping at C7 Versus T1/T2

No Difference in Reoperation Rates for Adjacent Segment Disease in Posterior Cervical Fusions Stopping at C7 Versus T1/T2