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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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Found (16) clinical trials

The Pilot Project Development Of MEdical Rehabilitation System in Russian Federation

The program is performed in the in-patient and out-patient rehabilitation departments in 13 regions of the Russian Federation (total 244 departments). The basic goals of the Programme are: To develop the system of organizations for medical rehabilitation providing succession of rehabilitation care in Russia with covering all needs. To improve ...

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Bone Fixation of Mpact Double Mobility Cup

This study aims to evaluate long term fixation of the Mpact Double Mobility cup trough IMAGIKA technology.

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Mpact Cup Performance After Total Hip Arthroplasty

The main objective of this study is to evaluate the 10 year performances of Mpact cup in total hip arthroplasty.

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HealthEast Community Hip and Knee Replacement Registry

HealthEast Care System began the first community-based joint replacement registry (HJRR) in the U.S. in 1991, with a database that allowed tracking of implant use and failure rates among the 90 orthopaedic surgeons performing arthroplasty surgery in the greater metropolitan area of St. Paul, MN. Initially conceived as part of ...

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Out Patient Surgery for Total Knee and Hip Replacement and Unicompartmental Knee Replacement - a Feasibility Study

Fast-track total hip arthroplasty (THA), total knee arthroplasty (TKA) and Unicompartmental Knee arthroplasty (UKA) with length of stay (LOS) of 1-3 is a well established concept for treating hip and knee osteoarthritis, resulting in short reconvalescence, high patient satisfaction, and an excellent safety profile (lower or similar mortality / morbidity ...

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Long Term Follow-up of Integra Cadence Total Ankle System in Primary Ankle Joint Replacement

This study will evaluate the long term performance and safety data for the Cadence Total Ankle System (CTAS) when used for primary arthroplasty in patients with primary arthritis (e.g. degenerative disease), secondary arthritis (e.g. post-traumatic, avascular necrosis, if minimally 2/3 of the talus is preserved), and systemic arthritis of the ...

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Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes of the Corin Tri-Fit Total Hip Replacement

The present study will prospectively recruit 100 patients scheduled for elective total hip replacement with Corin's TriFIT Hip System at the Ottawa Hospital - General Campus. As part of their clinical care, patients routinely undergo a clinical examination and have had radiographs taken at 2 weeks, 3 months, 6 months, ...

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Biofilm Investigation on Bearing Components of Explanted Hip Joint Prosthesis

The main reasons for hip prosthesis failure are aseptic loosening and periprosthetic joint infection (PJI). The real frequency of PJI is probably largely underestimated because of non-standardized definition criteria, diagnostic procedure, treatment algorithm and other confounders. Therefore, data from joint registries are not reflecting the frequency of PJI and can ...

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Multicentre Prospective Study to Evaluate Long-term Clinical Outcomes of the Sirius Cemented Femoral Stem

This study intends to evaluate the safety and performance of the Sirus cemented hip stem in terms of function improvement postoperatively, stability and fixation of femoral stem and survivorship.

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Kinematic Analysis: Posterior Stabilized Fixed Bearing Total Knee Arthroplasty With Attune Knee System - Phase 2

A better understanding of knee joint kinematics is important to explain the premature polyethylene wear failures within total knee arthroplasties (TKAs) and to help design a prosthesis that most closely approximates the normal knee. Specifically, posterior stabilizing (PS) knees have been found to be associated with lower amounts of posterior ...

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