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Hip Replacement Clinical Trials

A listing of Hip Replacement medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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An Intravenous Iron Based Protocol for Preoperative Anaemia in Hip and Knee Surgery - An Observational Study

Patients presenting with preoperative anaemia prior to hip and knee arthroplasty has a high risk of receiving allogeneic blood transfusion and anaemia has been associated with increased postoperative morbidity and mortality. While IV-iron administration may raise Hb prior to surgery, existing guidelines for addressing and treating preoperative anaemia is not ...

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Trial Comparing Navigated and Conventional Implantation Techniques in Knee Replacement Surgery

Various risk factors influencing the success of Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) have been studied. Today age, gender, primary or revision surgery, comorbidities and baseline characteristics are known to influence the health-related quality of life after TKA. It is thought, that accurate mechanical alignment and ligament balance ensure optimal kinematic performance ...

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Efficacy of Preoperative Education and Mini-invasive Surgery for Total Hip Replacement

We propose to evaluate a preoperative education of the patient and a new surgical technique (the mini-invasive THR) that could reduce the time to achieve functional independence. Preoperative education is compared to no education and the mini-invasive surgery is compared to the standard group. The education is based on explaining ...

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Restoration of Leg Length Offset and Center of Rotation in Total Hip Replacement

Background: Leg length inequality following total hip replacement is the leading cause of patient dissatisfaction and subsequent litigation after total hip replacement. A change in the total offset of the hip (lateral translation of the femur relative to the pelvis) may also cause significant discomfort and hip instability. Before surgery, ...

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Cost Efficacy of a Clinical Pathway to Patients Undergoing Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery

BACKBROUND Hip and knee replacement are commonly performed surgical procedures, with more than 800,000 hip operations carried out worldwide each year and with almost 550 hip and knee replacements each year in Ringkoebing County. The main indicators for total hip or knee replacement are intractable pain and/or limitation of function ...

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Electrical Stimulation After Total Knee Arthroplasty

Reduced muscle strength from illness or injuries often leads to loss of function and independence in the elderly. The recovery of muscle strength and function in disabled elderly individuals is a major challenge in rehabilitation. The etiology of the muscle weakness with injury or age is not fully elucidated. Training ...

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