Last updated on September 2018

Electrical Stimulation for the Treatment of Pain Following Total Knee Arthroplasty Using the SPRINT Beta System

Brief description of study

The purpose of this study is to determine if electrical stimulation (small levels of electricity) in addition to the standard of care can safely and effectively reduce pain following total knee replacement more than the standard of care, alone. This study involves a device called the SPRINT Beta System. The SPRINT Beta System delivers mild electrical stimulation to nerves in the leg that received the knee replacement. The SPRINT Beta System includes a small wire (called a "lead") that is placed through the skin in the upper leg. It also includes a device worn on the body that delivers stimulation (called the SPRINT Beta Stimulator). About half the subjects in this study will receive the SPRINT Beta system (treatment group) and half will not (control group). Both groups will receive the standard of care.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03286543

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Brian Ilfeld, MD, MS

University of California San Diego
La Jolla, CA United States
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Stuart Grant, MB, ChB

Duke University Medical Center
Durham, NC United States
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Keith Berend, MD

Joint Implant Surgeons
New Albany, OH United States
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Hesham Elsharkawy, MD

Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, OH United States
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Daneshvari Solanki, MD

HD Research
Houston, TX United States
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