Clinical evidence shows that AposHealth (an FDA-cleared medical device) improves pain, stiffness, and function in people with knee osteoarthritis.

By Danélia Botes

April 21, 2023

However, it’s uncertain if these improvements are clinically meaningful. The analyses suggest that AposHealth is cost saving by £1,958 per person when compared with standard care if knee surgery is delayed for 5 years. Because the evidence for the potential cost savings is limited, further data collection is recommended to understand if cost savings are made once AposHealth is used in the NHS.

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