Last updated on November 2017

Arthritis of the Knee

Brief description of study

Arthritis of the Knee

Detailed Study Description

Disodium Zoledronate Tetrahydrate is a drug being studied to see how effective it is at relieving osteoarthritis pain of the knee. Disodium Zoledronate Tetrahydrate is an oral pill taken once a week. Study participants will be required to take daily calcium and Vitamin D during the study. The calcium and Vitamin D are provided at no cost. The study lasts 27 weeks with 14 visits to our office during that time. All study procedures including blood tests, x-rays, MRI, and study-related care by an arthritis specialist are provided at no charge. Reimbursement may be provided for time and travel expenses.

Clinical Study Identifier: TX10165

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Karen Towner, BSN, RN

AAIR Research Center
Rochester, NY USA