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Knee Surgery Clinical Trials

A listing of Knee Surgery 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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Found (5) clinical trials

This clinical study is researching a new medication to reduce pain in patients who are having a total knee replacement. The medication is provided intravenously prior to surgery. The study is researching the safety and effectiveness of the medication as well as if it will help reduce the amount of ...

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Efficacy and Safety of Topical Application of Tranexamic Acid for Saving Blood Losses in Patients Subjected to Prosthetic Knee Surgery

Tranexamic acid (Amchafibrin) exerts an antihemorrhagic activity by inhibiting the fibrinolytic properties of plasmin. Tranexamic acid binds to plasminogen when it is transformed into plasmin. The activity of the tranexamic acid-plasmin complex on fibrin activity is less than the activity of free plasmin alone. There are two methods of presentation: ...

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Effect of Combined Use of Naloxone and Tramacet on Postop Analgesia in Elderly Patients Having Joint Replacement Surgery

Patients over 70 years of age, scheduled for joint replacement surgery will be randomized to tramacet/ naloxone plus morphine PCA or to morphine PCA to assess quality of analgesia in the postoperative period. The primary objective is to determine opioid use during combined use of oral tramacet and naloxone infusion ...

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Defining the Best Approach to Block the Pain After Knee Surgery

60 patients being treated for ACL repair or knee arthroplasties under regional anesthesia will be randomized to three groups: Fascia Iliaca Block (FIB), Femoral Block (FB) with stimulating catheter or FB without stimulating catheter. A catheter will be placed according to each technique, before the surgery. A bolus of local ...

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Comparison of Two Techniques of Locoregional Analgesia in Total Knee Prosthesis Surgery : Block to the Adductor Channel Versus Peri-articular Local Infiltrations

The post-operative pain generated by prosthetic knee replacement surgery is known to be moderate to severe during two or three days following surgery. The most popular analgesic technique after prosthetic knee replacement surgery remains the femoral block (FB), whether in single injection or continuous infusion. In major knee surgery, FBs ...

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