Factors Which Predict Adverse Outcomes in Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion Procedures in the Nonelderly Adult Population
Adrian J Rodrigues, Rayyan Jokhai, Kunal Varshneya, Martin N. Stienen & Anand Veeravagu
SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA
Increased patient comorbidities and the use of bone morphogenic protein were found to increase the risk for postoperative complications, while cervical plating was associated with a strong decline in this risk. In addition, poor patient mental health outweighed the adverse of impact of other comorbidities on 2-year revision risk. The presence of a postoperative complication was the key modifiable risk factor associated with reoperation risk. Conclusions from this study may help surgeons better identify high-risk ACDF patients for more careful patient selection, counseling, informed consent, and management.
|Zitation||Rodrigues A J, Jokhai R, Varshneya K, Stienen M N, Veeravagu A. Factors Which Predict Adverse Outcomes in Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion Procedures in the Nonelderly Adult Population. Clin Spine Surg 2022;.|
|Typ||Wissenschaftlicher Artikel/Review (Englisch)|
|Titel der Zeitschrift||Clin Spine Surg|