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Both AANA members and staff have peer-reviewed the survey links below. We appreciate you taking the time to participate in these surveys.

 

Patterns of Hip Capsular Closure Management for Hip Arthroscopy Procedures

October 20, 2021 – August 20, 2022

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Purpose: Significant variability exists in the literature and in clinical practice regarding capsular management patterns in hip arthroscopy, namely in the type of capsulotomy performed and methods of capsular closure. As such, the goal of this survey is to help establish an expert consensus on current hip capsular management practices. The purpose of our study will be to establish a better understanding on the variation in hip capsular management for hip arthroscopy procedures according to practice location, practice type, length of practice, amount of hip arthroscopy experience, gender, and whether participants are fellowship trained.

A Survey of Graft Utilization in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

December 6, 2021 – June 6, 2022

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Purpose: The goal of this brief survey is to quantify current graft utilization in anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and evaluate whether there has been a change in graft preference. Additional questions will evaluate preferences for augmentation of undersized grafts, graft choice in different patient populations, and demographic characteristics of the survey participants.

Revision ACL Reconstruction with Extra-Articular Augmentation: A Survey of Current Practices

January 21, 2022 – January 21, 2023

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Purpose: In recent years, extra-articular augmentation in ACL reconstruction to increase stability and strength has become a popular point in research and clinical practice. However, limited data is available on the use of extra-articular augmentation in revision ACL reconstruction. The goal of this study is to evaluate the current practices used in the U.S. by orthopedic surgeons relating to extra-augmentation in revision ACL reconstruction and return-to-sport criteria in revision ACL reconstruction.

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