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Knee Replacement Clinical Trials

A listing of Knee 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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Dexamethasone in Pain Control After Total Knee Replacement

Patients will be approached at the preadmission clinic or in the general ward before operation. The analgesic methods will be explained and s/he will be recruited into the study if s/he agrees. There are standardized preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative analgesic regimes for patients undergoing total knee replacement. For preoperative analgesic ...

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Oral Tranexamic Acid vs. Oral Aminocaproic Acid to Reduce Blood Loss and Transfusion After Total Knee Replacement.

Background Total knee arthroplasty is the most common orthopedic procedure in knee surgery for the treatment of degenerative diseases such as OA and rheumatoid arthritis (RA), with nearly 700,000 procedures performed in 2012 in the USA. The TKA frequently results in a significant loss of blood in a post-operative manner, ...

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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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Oral Carbohydrate in DM Patients Undergoing Total Knee Arthroplasty

Carbohydrate-rich drink has been proved to neither delay gastric emptying nor affect gastric acidity and is therefore considered safe to use in elective surgical patients without risk factors for pulmonary aspiration. It reduced postoperative nausea and vomiting and improved sense of well-being after surgery. Moreover, carbohydrate-rich drink was not found ...

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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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Study of an All Polyethylene Tibial Component

Thirty consecutive TKA patients under the care of two orthopaedic consultants at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital who meet the inclusion/exclusion criteria will be recruited to the study and will be given the all polyethylene tibia. Participants will return for their standard postoperative followup appointments (6 weeks and 1 year ...

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Epidural Catheter With or Without Adductor Canal Nerve Block for Postoperative Analgesia Following Total Knee Arthroplasty

Knee replacement surgery has become increasingly more common in the United States with hundreds of thousands of surgeries performed yearly across the country. Despite that, there is no consensus "standard of care" for optimum pain control regimen after surgery. Pain management after TKA ranges from local tissue injections and patient ...

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Total Knee Replacement With the Attune vs. the Press Fit Condylar (PFC) Sigma.

The Attune total knee replacement is a recently developed implant with the intention to improve the outcome after this procedure. One of the primary aims is to improve the kinematics of the knee in order to more closely mimic the normal knee. Thereby the patients are expected to experience improved ...

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Does Radiofrequency Ablation of the Articular Nerves of the Knee Prior to Total Knee Replacement Improve Pain Outcomes

More than 300,000 total knee joint replacement surgeries are performed per year in the United States and safe, effective management of post-operative pain in these patients, often elderly, deconditioned, obese, or with co-morbid diseases like sleep apnea, can be challenging and often require a multidisciplinary, multimodal approach. Opiates have been ...

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A Prospective Study to Evaluate the ConforMIS iTotal (PS) Knee Replacement System

The study is prospective. Subjects will be implanted with an iTotal PS Knee Replacement System. The study will include a minimum of 100 subjects across up to 10 sites. The patients enrolled in this study may represent the first cases of the iTotal PS KRS implanted at a particular site; ...

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