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Orthopedics Clinical Trials

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


Found (89) clinical trials

Lateral Shelf Acetabuloplasty in Perthes Disease

Older children more than 8 years usually have a poor prognosis, especially without treatment. Apart from the age at diagnosis and surgery, the severity of femoral head flattening and the signs of "head at risk" are also associated with the final clinical outcome. The current surgical treatment options, including proximal ...

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IV Steroids Versus Steroids Included in Block for Orthopedic Lower Limb Surgery

The subject has a 50/50 chance of receiving either cohort. After the subject is randomized to receive either steroid given IV or with the nerve block, the subject is anesthetized and the subject will receive either an IV injection of 5 cc steroids or placebo, and 20 cc local anesthetic ...

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Lumbar Brace Deployment in the Emergency Department for Benign Low Back Pain

BACKGROUND/SIGNIFICANCE The global point prevalence of activity-limiting low back pain was 7.3% in 2015, implying that 540 million people were affected at one time. Although people with acute or chronic low back pain usually improve in the first six weeks, they usually suffer from low to moderate levels of pain ...

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Digital Behavioral Pain Medicine for Orthopedic Trauma Surgery Patients

Patients are identified by their orthopedic surgeon or study personnel immediately prior to surgery or during their stay on the inpatient post-surgical recovery unit. Beyond recruitment, the entire study is conducted remotely with no in-person contact with study staff. After enrollment, study staff follow-up with patients by phone, text or ...

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Collecting Orthopedic Safety and Performance Data Using Surgeons Clinical Outcomes Registry (SCOR)

The Surgeons Clinical Outcomes Registry (SCOR) is a global registry designed to collect safety and performance data on commercially available Wright Medical products. Registry data may be used for publications, education and marketing materials, post-market surveillance, future regulatory submissions, research and development for product design, software improvements, and development of ...

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Hand & Wrist Pyrocarbon Implants Outcomes Clinical Study

HaWPYC is an international Post-Market Clinical Follow-up (PMCF) to collect post-market safety and performance data on commercially available Wright Medical Pyrocarbon (PyC) hand and wrist implants. Data may be used for Post-Market Surveillance, and regulatory requirements.

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Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy for Post-operative Pain Following Orthopedic Surgery

The primary objective of this study is to prospectively determine, at 10 days after orthopedic shoulder or knee surgery, if pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy is beneficial in reducing patient-reported post-operative pain, as measured by visual analog scale (VAS). The amount of pain medication taken daily and the physical function ...

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Epigenetic Effects on Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery

Unexplained heterogeneity in outcomes following pediatric traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the most critical barriers to the development of effective prognostic tools and therapeutics. The addition of personal biological factors to our prediction models may account for a significant portion of unexplained variance and advance the field towards ...

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Preoperative Education for Less Outpatient Pain After Surgery (PELOPS)

In 2015, more than 50% of surgical procedures were performed in outpatient settings. Successful pain management after outpatient surgery is crucial, and requires a perfect cooperation between caregivers and patients, with clear information on the analgesics use at home. Different strategies to control postoperative pain were adopted by hospitals performing ...

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