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Official Journal of the Italian Society of Orthopaedics and Traumatology

Table 1 Studies included in the meta-analysis

From: Is reverse total shoulder arthroplasty (rTSA) more advantageous than anatomic TSA (aTSA) for osteoarthritis with intact cuff tendon? A systematic review and meta-analysis

Study Procedure (cases) Prosthetic Age, years Follow-up time, months ± SD (range) Outcome measures Study design Evidence level MINORS score
Gallusser et al. [8] rTSA (8) Tornier, Edina, MN, USA 79 (73–85) 43 (24–69) SSV (%), QuickDASH, SST, Constant score, ROM, radiological radiolucent line grading, complications Retrospective case series IV 18
aTSA (19) 66 (47–79) 57 (24–95)
Steen et al. [23] rTSA (24) DJO Surgical, Austin, TX, USA 77.7 ± 8.0 42 (24–92) ASES, SST, ROM, complications Retrospective cohort design, treatment study III 16
aTSA (96) 76.7 ± 8.0 49 (25–97)
Alentorn-Geli et al. [1] rTSA (16) Biomet, Warsaw, IN, USA 72.5 ± 5.4 35.1 ± 14.2 ROM, PVAS, ASES, SST, patient satisfaction, complications Retrospective cohort design, treatment study III 16
aTSA (15) Biomet, Warsaw, IN, USA
Stryker, Mahwah, NJ, USA
Smith and Nephew, Memphis, TN, USA
70.5 ± 7.5 42.7 ± 18.4
Haritinian et al. [10] rTSA (12) Aramis Reversed and Anatomical Total Shoulder Prostheses (3S Ortho, Lyon, France) 71 ± 11  > 24 months ROM, Constant score, SSV, patient satisfaction Retrospective cohort design, treatment study III 16
aTSA (39) 68 ± 7.5
Wright et al. [27] rTSA (33)   78 85 PVAS, patient satisfaction, ASES, WOOS, ROM Retrospective cohort design, treatment study III 16
aTSA (102)   77
Merolla et al. [15] rTSA (36) Ascend Flex (Wright Medical, Memphis, TN, USA) 71.6 (68–72) 28.8 (27–30) ROM, PVAS, Constant score, radiological outcomes Retrospective cohort design, treatment study III 16
aTSA (47)