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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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Audiovisual Distraction for Patients Undergoing Total Knee or Hip Replacement Surgery

The perioperative period is often anxiety-provoking experience for many of our patients. Pain and awareness are the two primary concerns voiced most frequently. For total knee and hip replacement surgery, we offer our patients a spinal anesthetic which produces complete sensory blockade below the level of the waist. Despite a ...

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Clinical Evaluation of Integra Cadence Total Ankle System in Primary Ankle Joint Replacement (CADENCE)

A post market, prospective, non-randomized, multi-center, open-label,clinical study using survivorship as the reference performance goal to study the safety and efficacy of the Cadence Total Ankle System (TAS) when used for primary ankle arthroplasty.

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Evaluation of X-ray Acetabular Guides and CT in THR

Total hip replacement is one of the most successful surgical procedures of modern times, with over 80,000 performed each year in the UK. The vast majority of patients experience dramatic pain relief and improvement in function for many years. Despite this, however, there remains a significant risk of complications, including ...

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Medial vs Lateral Approach for Total Knee Replacement on Valgus Knee: a Randomized Clinical Trial

Total knee replacement is a procedure for the treatment of advanced knee osteoarthritis. The most common surgical approach to perform a total knee replacement is called medial parapatellar approach, or simply medial approach. It's effective and can be applied virtually to all types of knee deformities. The Keblish approach is ...

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A Combined Nerve Block in Elderly Patients Subjected to Total Hip Replacement

The elderly patients have poor tolerance to anesthesia and total hip replacement because of severe surgical trauma and much blood loss. General anesthesia is a primary anesthesia method used previously for total hip replacement in the elderly and it has many limitations, for example, it can interfere with the physiological ...

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Oxycodone vs. Fentanyl in Early Postoperative Pain After Total Hip Replacement

Oxycodone is one of the most widely used opioids for pain treatment. There have been several studies on the efficacy and side effects of oxycodone. Oxycodone has been known to have the same potency with morphine. Many studies demonstrated good efficacy of oxycodone on postoperative pain. In this study, we ...

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Post Approval Study: NOVATION Ceramic Articulation Hip System

The purpose of this study is to collect and evaluate long-term safety and effectiveness data on the Exactech NOVATION Ceramic Articulation Hip System ("NOVATION Ceramic AHS"). Ten (10) years of follow-up data will be collected in this study. The first five (5) years of subject follow-up will involve clinical (Harris ...

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AMIStem-H Radiographic Analysis

Total hip replacement (THP) is widely used for hip osteoarthritis treatment. Surgeons are constantly looking to improve all aspects related to this procedure weather is improvement of implant design, instrumentation or surgical technique. Excellent clinical and radiological results were observed at medium and long term in the last years for ...

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Change of Cognitive Performance Through Hip Replacement

Studies have shown that cognitive performance, especially in the elderly is limited due to chronic pain. In a recent study, significantly less brain activity in various regions of the brain (the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC), insula and operculum, dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and orbitofrontal cortex) was detected in patients with unilateral ...

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iCORE: Collaborative Orthopedics Outcomes Registry

The goal of this registry is to review the data collected and research ways to improve patient safety, quality of care, and medical decision-making, reduce medical spending, and help advance orthopedic science and bioengineering.

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