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What does BOA stand for?
BOA stands for British Orthopaedic Association
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- Business Object Application
Samples in periodicals archive:
The director of sport for the British Orthopaedic Association, Sir Clive Woodward, said, 'I really hope the whole country does get behind the team.
Prof Joe Dias, President of the British Orthopaedic Association told the Daily Telegraph that around 5.
The database is a collaboration between the British Geriatric Society and British Orthopaedic Association with funding from the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership.
Recent information published by the British Orthopaedic Association indicates that failure rates for the ASR devices may be as high as 49% at six years.
Peter Kay, president of the British Orthopaedic Association, welcomed the audit as it showed how care for some of the country's frailest and most vulnerable patients could be improved, as well as highlighting how much progress had been made because NHS trusts were openly reporting their performance figures.
British Orthopaedic Association president Peter Kay said: "In some cases, high levels of metals can cause cardiac, visual and kidney problems.
The British Hip Society and the British Orthopaedic Association released a joint report in March, predicting as many as half of all systems installed could fail within six years.