Personalized Spine Study Group (PSSG) Registry

  • End date
    Apr 12, 2027
  • participants needed
  • sponsor
    University of Colorado, Denver
Updated on 4 October 2022


The primary objective of the study is a data collection initiative. The study will collect clinical and radiographic outcomes of patients implanted with patient specific rods. The secondary objective is to collect clinical and radiographic outcomes of patients with hardware as a control cohort to the patient-specific rods.


The registry follows patient during their standard of care visits. During a standard of care visit, a study subject will be required to answer questions about themselves and fill out patient reported outcome questionnaires. Spinopelvic measurements will be collect from standard of care x-rays. This registry is observational only used to address patient outcomes sagittal profile through the pre-operative, plan and post-operative events. Rod effectiveness in conjunction with other surgical implants by fusion assessment and sagittal alignment measurements. Patient outcomes in subgroups defined by surgery performed, comorbidities, radiographic measurement, or other outcome variables. Rod curvature maintenance during the follow-up period. Better understanding of the post-operative risks and complications from the pre-operative condition.

Condition Spinal Stenosis, Kyphoscoliosis, Scheuermann's Disease, spinal fusions, Scoliosis; Adolescence, Intervertebral Disc Degeneration, Spinal Fusion, degenerative disc disease, Pseudoarthrosis of Spine
Treatment Patient Specific Rod
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04601363
SponsorUniversity of Colorado, Denver
Last Modified on4 October 2022


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Inclusion Criteria

Patient has been/ will be operated and instrumented with patient-specific rod or spine hardware (control cohort)
Patient able to consent or assent

Exclusion Criteria

Patient unable to sign an informed consent form
Patient unable to complete a self-administered questionnaire
Patient is pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant during the duration of their study participation
Patient is older than 85
Patient is younger than 10
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