Browsing publications by Paul Baker

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Richard Holleyman
Paul Baker
Professor David Deehan
Analysis of causative microorganism in 248 primary hip arthroplasties revised for infection: a study using the NJR dataset2016
Dr Richard Holleyman
Professor David Deehan
Paul Baker
Does pre-operative sampling predict intra-operative cultures and antibiotic sensitivities in knee replacements revised for infection?: a study using the NJR dataset2016
Dr Lucy Walker
Paul Baker
Dr Richard Holleyman
Professor David Deehan
Microbial resistance related to antibiotic-loaded bone cement: a historical review2016
Dr Richard Holleyman
Paul Baker
Professor David Deehan
Microorganisms responsible for periprosthetic knee infections in England and Wales2016
Dr Simon Jameson
Paul Baker
Professor Paul Gregg
Professor David Deehan
Michael Reed
et al.
Have cementless and resurfacing components improved the medium-term results of hip replacement for patients under 60 years of age? Patient-reported outcome measures, implant survival, and costs in 24,709 patients2015
Dr Simon Jameson
Paul Baker
Professor Paul Gregg
Professor David Deehan
Michael Reed
et al.
Implant Optimisation for Primary Hip Replacement in Patients over 60 Years with Osteoarthritis: A Cohort Study of Clinical Outcomes and Implant Costs Using Data from England and Wales2015
Timothy Brock
Paul Baker
Professor Stephen Rushton
Michelle Bardgett
Professor David Deehan
et al.
Length of stay and its impact upon functional outcomes following lower limb arthroplasty2015
Dr Simon Jameson
Professor James Mason
Paul Baker
Professor Paul Gregg
Professor David Deehan
et al.
No functional benefit of larger femoral heads and alternative bearings at 6 months following primary hip replacement2015
Paul Baker
Dr Peter Avery
Michael Reed
Professor David Deehan
Early PROMs Following Total Knee Arthroplasty-Functional Outcome Dependent on Patella Resurfacing2014
Dr Simon Jameson
Professor Stephen Rushton
Paul Baker
Michael Reed
Professor David Deehan
et al.
Increasing age and female gender are associated with early knee replacement following arthroscopy2014
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