Aim of Registry Committee

Role of the committee

Joint registries are growing all the time and more countires are conisdering introducing them.

The role of this new SECEC committee includes:

-explain what registries are and how they work.

-explain why it is important to have a registry.

-explain how to interpret the results of a registry.

-explain what information and data is collected by the different registeries.


The different registries have very useful information on revision rates of all types of shoulder replacements.If you would like to have easy access to these results and data given by the registries, you will find the links to the existing registries below: Australia :https://aoanjrr.sahmri.com

New Zealand:

https://www.nzoa.org.nz/nz-joint-registry

Norway:

http://nrlweb.ihelse.net/eng/default.htm

KP USA:

https://national-implantregistries.kaiserpermanente.org/reports-annual-report

UK:

http://www.njrreports.org.uk

Danish:

http://www.kea.au.dk/en/Clinical%20Quality/ShoulderAlloplastyRegistry%20.html

https://www.sundhed.dk/sundhedsfaglig/kvalitet/kliniske-kvalitetsdatabaser/planlagt-kirugi/skulderalloplastik/

Swedish (currently there is some problems with the update/elbow hope to fix it soon):

https://www.ssar-rapport.se/SAAR_web/

http://www.ssas.se/axel/eng.php

Germany:

http://www.dvse.info/organization/kommissionen/endoprothesenregister.html

Italy:

http://www.iss.it/riap/index.php?lang=2&anno=2017&tipo=42

https://ripo.cineca.it

Portugal:

http://www.rpa.spot.pt/Quick-Links/Home.aspx?lang=en-GB

Native language information:

The Netherlands

http://www.lroi-rapportage.nl

Listings of websites with a possible shoulder registry connection:

Arthroplasty watch

http://www.arthroplastywatch.com/?page_id=512

NORE/EFORT

https://www.efort.org/about-us/nore/

ISAR

http://www.isarhome.org/start

http://www.isarhome.org/links

NARA

https://stratum.registercentrum.se/#!page?id=1150

ICOR

http://www.icor-initiative.org