Reports

    Annual Report 2021: English addendum

    The Addendum to the 2021 Riap Annual Report provides a brief overview of the main findings described in the Report. It contains an outline of the Registry’s activities and its key achievements in 2021 as well as the summary of RIAP data analysis regarding hip, knee and shoulder arthroplasties performed in Italy in 2020.

      Annual Report 2020: English addendum

      The Addendum to the 2020 Riap Annual Report provides a brief overview of the main findings described in the Report. It contains an outline of the Registry’s activities and its key achievements in 2020 as well as the summary of RIAP data analysis regarding hip, knee and shoulder arthroplasties performed in Italy in 2019.

        Annual Report 2019: English addendum

        The English version of the Addendum to the Annual Report 2019 is now available for download. It includes the Executive Summary, Tables and figures highlighting the achievements of the Italian Arthroplasty Registry.

        Publications

        DESI indicators as a possible benchmark for digital performance assessment of a publicly funded orthopedic registry. The case of the Italian Arthroplasty Registry, RIAP

        Urakcheeva I, Carrani E, Ciccarelli P, Torre M. DESI indicators as a possible benchmark for digital performance assessment…

        Italian Arthroplasty Regsitry (RIAP) at the European researchers’ night. Case report

        Urakcheeva I, Pascucci S, Franzò M, Ciminello E, Masciocchi M, Ciccarelli P, Torre M. Italian Arthroplasty Regsitry (RIAP)…

        Registries need detailed medical device classifications. Moving from arthroplasty to other devices: a lesson learnt at the international level

        Pascucci S, Caton E, Tucker K, Ahuja S, Aghayev E, Young E, Armstrong R, Torre M. Registries need detailed medical device…

        How we operate

        The Italian arthroplasty registry (Registro Italiano di ArtroProtesi – Riap) is a project funded by the Italian Ministry of Health – Directorate General of Medical Devices and Pharmaceutical Service, and coordinated by the Italian National Institute of Health. It started in 2006 with the aim to organise the national registry, a systematic data collection of all the joint replacements (hip, knee, shoulder and ankle) performed at national level.

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