The Orthopaedic Data Evaluation Panel (ODEP) was set up to monitor the NICE guidance on primary hip implants in 2002 and hip resurfacing in 2004. The Panel provides on-going assessment of hip implants to benchmark both hip femoral stems and hip acetabular cups against the NICE guidance, providing a benchmark rating for implant survivorship and data submission quality.
The current range of ADEPT® Hip Resurfacing implants has been awarded an ODEP 13A rating (Figure 8) based on the panel’s independent review of the survivorship associated with the device and on the quality of data supporting the device39.
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Development of Modern-Day Hip Resurfacing
Modern-day hip resurfacing is based on observations of patients with large diameter metal-on-metal (MoM) total hip prostheses such as the McKee-Farrar and the Ring Hip, who retained functioning hips with very little wear for more than 30 years after their operation.