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Knee Injuries Clinical Trials

A listing of Knee Injuries 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 (21) clinical trials

Participation in this research study of an investigational drug could last up to 18 months and include approximately 17 clinic visits. Reimbursement may be provided to qualified participants for time and travel.

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This clinical study is researching a new technology to treat a specific type of knee cartilage injuries. The study is comparing their product and technique to a standardized and regularly performed procedure. Patients who qualify for this trial will receive all study related medication and care at no cost to ...

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Motor-Sparing Femoral Nerve Block Dose

With the approval of Ethics Committee of the University of Chile Clinical Hospital, approximately 60 patients undergoing ACL repair or TKR will be recruited. All blocks will be conducted preoperatively in an induction room.Dose assignation will be done using an up-and-down sequential method, where the dose of each subsequent patient ...

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Gait Modification Treatments for Knee Pathology

The objective of this study is complete a longitudinal cross-over clinical study to investigate the effect of treatments for knee pathology, including cutaneous stimulation (skin vibration and soft knee brace), on locomotion tasks (i.e. walking, jogging, stair ascending and descending), muscle function, and pain/function.

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Effect of Preoperative MRI Virtual Reality in Patients Undergoing Knee Arthroscope Surgery

The primary outcome of the study is APAIS score assessed at 24 hours postoperation. Experimental VR group will be applied with virtual reality transformed knee MRI whereas no interverntion group will be applied with traditional knee MRI. MRI will be transformed to virtual reality images by Mesh rendering technique.

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Impact of Different Educational Approaches on Post-operative Opiate Utilization After Elective Lower Extremity Surgery

Hypothesis: The primary hypothesis is that the educational intervention provided prior to the surgery and prior to the prescription, will result in a greater understanding and awareness of the deleterious effects of long-term use of opioid based medications, and in turn reduce utilization post-operatively in the long-term (6 months). Specific ...

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Optimizing Plyometric Training for Functional Recovery Post-ACL Reconstruction

While surgical anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) of the knee restores passive stability, studies are showing consistently poor long-term outcomes. Unusually high risks of early-onset osteoarthritis and re-injury, and low rate of return to sport following ACLR all seem to be related to a chronic tendency to land stiff-legged from ...

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Immediate Effects of Two Ankle Mobilization Techniques in the Amplitude of Dorsiflexion and Dynamic Valgus Knee

This study aims to verify the immediate effects of ankle mobilization on dynamic knee valgus and to compare two techniques of ankle mobility. It will include 102 lower limbs that present deficit of ankle dorsiflexion and dynamic knee valgus in the same lower limb. Participants will be divided into two ...

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Monitoring of Acute Knee Injuries to Understand Osteoarthritis Development

Using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), laboratory analyses and patient reported outcomes, the overall aim of this study is to investigate structural injuries and biochemical alterations in the acutely injured knee and to relate these findings to clinical outcomes at various time points.

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Platelet-rich Plasma for Meniscus Repair

Damage to meniscal tissue is challenging for orthopedic surgeons because of the absence of healing at the avascular zone. Additionally, the accelerated degeneration of articular cartilage and increased rate of knee osteoarthritis that can occur following a meniscal injury. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a fraction of plasma that contains platelets ...

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