Types of nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs

The baseline characteristics of the subjects, stratified by baseline K/L grade ≥1 of the hip or knee and by the baseline presence or absence of progression of hip and knee ROA, are given in Table 1 . Among the subjects with a K/L index grade ≥1 at baseline, % of the hips showed progression of ROA at followup, and % of the knees showed progression of ROA at followup. Among the hips showing progression, an incident joint replacement was performed on 116 hips (%) during the followup period, and among the knees showing progression, an incident joint replacement was performed on 13 knees (%) during followup. Those subjects with progression of hip ROA were older and more often female compared with those without progression of hip ROA. Furthermore, subjects with progression of hip ROA more often had a K/L index grade ≥2 at baseline compared with those without progression (% versus %). Subjects with progression of knee ROA had a higher BMI at baseline compared with those without progression.

Types of nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs

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