What does a registry ‘do’?
A registry is a way to collect large volumes of valid patient outcome data for all who undergo a particular operation. The information collected is analysed to increase our understanding of an operations’ success.
Registries have been used for many years to collect information on operations performed frequently, such as hip and knee replacements.
Established in 2014, UKKOR is the world’s first registry dedicated to collecting outcome data for knee osteotomies.
UK Knee Osteotomy Registry
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