David J Cloke
Affiliation: Great Ormond Street
- Wound complications in elective orthopaedics: are current British national data relevant?D J Cloke
Department of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery, Wansbeck General Hospital, Ashington, Northumberland, UK
Ann R Coll Surg Engl 89:41-3. 2007..The UK Nosocomial Infection National Surveillance Service (NINSS) collects data on surgical wound infection in a variety of procedures, including arthroplasty, to allow comparison between institutions...
- A pilot randomized, controlled trial of treatment for painful arc of the shoulderDavid J Cloke
Newcastle Hospitals NHS Trust, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
J Shoulder Elbow Surg 17:17S-21S. 2008..Larger studies are needed. A power calculation from our data suggests recruitment of more than 800 patients would be required to achieve a 90% chance of a clinically significant difference being detected between these groups...
- 284 press-fit Kinemax total knee arthroplasties followed for 10 years: poor survival of uncemented prosthesesDavid J Cloke
Department of Orthopaedics, Freeman Hospital, High Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Acta Orthop 79:28-33. 2008..Our institution began using the Kinemax total knee arthroplasty system in 1988, both with and without cement fixation. We report 10-year survival figures...
- The epidemiology of ankle injuries occurring in English Football Association academiesD J Cloke
University of Bath, School for Health, Bath, UK
Br J Sports Med 43:1119-25. 2009..To ascertain the epidemiology of ankle injuries in elite youth football...
- Ankle injuries in football academies: a three-centre prospective studyDavid J Cloke
Northumbria Healthcare NHS Trust, Northumbria, UK
Br J Sports Med 45:702-8. 2011..Injuries are common in youth soccer, of which ankle injuries form a significant proportion. However, there is a lack of prospective data on the epidemiology and nature of these injuries...
- English Premiership Academy knee injuries: lessons from a 5 year studyOliver Moore
Newcastle Medical School, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
J Sports Sci 29:1535-44. 2011..Knee injuries are common in elite youth footballers. In this uninsured age group, it could be argued that earlier medical intervention may reduce long-term damage to the immature skeleton...