Bernhard Flatøy

  • PhD student, Registrar Orthopaedic surgeon
  • +47 902 92 932

Orthopaedic department Ullevål, Oslo University Hospital.

Bernhard Flatøy graduated MD from Medical University of Debrecen in 2007, and subsequently completed internship and 3 years of orthopaedic residency at Namsos Hospital. He is currently working as resident at the department of orthopaedic surgery at Ullevål university hospital.

Project:
The project consists of trials that investigate new implants in the field of cemented total hip arthroplasty, with special focus on stems with force closed fixation design and HXLPE acetabular cups. RSA is used as a method of investigation in all trials.
The project is set to be a part of a PhD degree.
3 trials are currently a part of this project:

  1. Migration pattern of a triple tapered stem. A prospective randomized study using RSA. 
  2. Changes in migration pattern after design modifications in triple tapered stem. A prospective randomized study using RSA.
  3. RSA study of wear and migration in Vitamin E stabilized HXLPE acetabular sockets.
 

Publications 2019

Flatøy B, Dahl J, Röhrl SM, Nordsletten L (2019)
Does radiopaque cement conceal periprosthetic bone loss around femoral stems?
Hip Int, UNSP 1120700019863352
DOI 10.1177/1120700019863352, PubMed 31359800

Publications 2015

Flatøy B, Rydinge J, Dahl J, Röhrl SM, Nordsletten L (2015)
Low wear, high stability - promises of success in a moderately cross-linked cup?
Hip Int, 25 (3), 199-203
DOI 10.5301/hipint.5000230, PubMed 25952922

Flatøy B, Röhrl SM, Bøe B, Nordsletten L (2015)
No medium-term advantage of electrochemical deposition of hydroxyapatite in cementless femoral stems. 5-year RSA and DXA results from a randomized controlled trial
Acta Orthop, 87 (1), 42-7
DOI 10.3109/17453674.2015.1084768, PubMed 26364953

Flatøy B, Röhrl SM, Rydinge J, Dahl J, Diep LM, Nordsletten L (2015)
Triple taper stem design shows promising fixation and bone remodelling characteristics: radiostereometric analysis in a randomised controlled trial
Bone Joint J, 97-B (6), 755-61
DOI 10.1302/0301-620X.97B6.34736, PubMed 26033054

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