PUBLICATIONS BY DR ROCHE
CO-MORBIDITIES, MORTALITY AND COMPLICATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH HIP FRACTURES IN THE ELDERLY.
J Roche, R Wenn, O Sahota, C Moran
This landmark paper in the British Medial Journal has been cited by over 850 subsequent publications. It examined major complications from hip fracture surgery and the associated pre-operative risk factors. This new information allows intervention to be targeted at the patients who are at highest risk of medial complications.
THE AETIOLOGY, TREATMENT AND FUTURE OF HIP FRACTURES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
J Roche, CG Moran
Geriatric Medicine 2006 36(10): 67-74
BMJ CLINICAL EVIDENCE SERIES: HIP FRACTURE 2007
D Oliver, R Griffiths, J Roche , O Sahota
Clin Evid (Online). 2007 Oct 10;2007. pii: 1110.
BMJ CLINICAL EVIDENCE SERIES: HIP FRACTURE 2010
D Oliver, R Griffiths, J Roche, O Sahota
FIXED OR MOBILE BEARING UNICOMPARTMENTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT?
A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL
J Roche, B Joss, R DeSteiger, L Miller, B Nivbrant, D Wood
THE SURGICAL ANATOMY OF THE PIRIFORMIS TENDON WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO HIP REPLACEMENT: A CADAVER STUDY
J Roche, C Jones, R Kahn, P Yates
Bone Joint Journal June 2013 95-B:764-769
This paper describes in detail the anatomy of the muscles around the posterior aspect of the hip. This is particularly important when performing muscle sparing approaches to the posterior hip joint.