Appendix GForest plots

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19.2. Timing of surgery

Figure G-3. Mortality: Early (≤24 hours) vs. late surgery

Figure G-4. Return to independent living: late (>24 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-5. Pressure ulcers: late (>24 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-6. Major complications: late (>24 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-7. Mortality – in hospital: late (24-48 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-8. Complications: late (24-48 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-9. Pressure ulcers: late (24-48 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-10. Mortality – at 4 months: late (>36 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-11. Pressure ulcers: late (>36 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-12. Return to independent living: late (>36 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-13. Mortality: late (>48 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-14. Return to independent living: late (>48 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-15. Pressure ulcers: late (>48 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-16. Major complications: late (>48 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-17. Minor complications: late (>48 hours) vs. early surgery

Figure G-18. Mortality – 30 days: late (>24 hours) vs. early surgery with the exclusion of patients unfit for surgery

Figure G-19. Combined mortality and needing total assistance in locomotion at 6 months: late (>24 hours) vs. early surgery with the exclusion of patients unfit for surgery

Figure G-20. Major postoperative complications: late (>24 hours) vs. early surgery with the exclusion of patients unfit for surgery

Figure G-21. Mortality: late (>48 hours) vs. early surgery with the exclusion of patients unfit for surgery

Figure G-22. Change in residence (more dependent): late (>48 hours) vs. early surgery with the exclusion of patients unfit for surgery

Figure G-23. Return to original residence: late (>48 hours) vs. early surgery with the exclusion of patients unfit for surgery

19.5. Surgical interventions

19.5.2. Cement in older designs of arthroplasty

Figure G-52. Perioperative mortality - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-53. Mortality – at up to 1 month - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-54. Mortality at between 1 and 3 months - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-55. Mortality at 1 year - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-56. Mortality at 3 years - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-57. Number of patients failing to regain mobility - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-58. Change in mobility score - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-59. Length of hospital stay - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-60. Number of patients failing to return home - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-61. Number of patients reporting pain at 3 months - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-62. Number of patients reporting pain at 1 to 2 years - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-63. Pain score at 6 months - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-64. Reoperations - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-65. Deep sepsis - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented

Figure G-66. Wound haematoma - older designs of arthroplasty: cemented vs. uncemented