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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 (51) clinical trials

NEAT!2 Sedentary Behavior Reduction for Individuals With Past or Present Knee Symptoms Injuries or Surgeries

Sedentary behavior, in excess, is associated with numerous health consequences including poor physical function. Older adults with symptomatic knee pain spend the majority of their waking hours engaging in sedentary behaviors. To reduce the risk of disability, improve quality of life, and prevent deterioration in physical function, it is imperative ...

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The Efficacy Of Ultrasound-Guided Adductor Canal Block for Arthroscopic Knee Surgery

Knee arthroscopy is one of the most common orthopedic procedures. Knee arthroscopy is commonly used for the repairement of meniscus tears, debridement and reshaping of cartilage flaps, and ligament reconstruction. Knee arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure, however patients may complain severe pain due to the port-site incisions and the ...

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Outcome Following Orthopaedic Surgery

The purpose of this database is to explore the long term outcome and functional status of patients undergoing various types of orthopaedic surgery. These data will yield a valuable database that can be used to address future research questions. For example, there are three common surgical treatments for medial osteoarthritis ...

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Enhanced Recovery After Surgery for Total Knee Arthroplasty Left Colectomy and Hysterectomy

The primary goal of the study is to quantify the effect of an awareness-raising phase in favour of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery which was organized in 2016 within the public hospitals in Paris (Assistance Publique - Hpitaux de Paris). The study aims to document and compare the compliance with fast ...

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Does Continuous Adductor Canal Nerve Block Improve the Quality of Recovery for Outpatient Total Knee Arthroplasty Patients?

This is a randomized, double-blinded pilot study to determine whether patients undergoing ambulatory total knee arthroplasty (TKA) using a subvastus approach benefit from the addition of a continuous adductor canal nerve block (cACB) catheter along with an existing multimodal approach to postoperative analgesia. Outcomes include the 15-item Quality of Recovery ...

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Evaluating the Effectiveness of Subchondroplasty for Treating Bone Marrow Lesions of the Knee

The investigators hypothesize that patients receiving subchondroplasty combined with arthroscopy will have reduced knee pain, improved knee function, and improved bone quality and micro-architecture compared to patients receiving arthroscopy alone who have symptomatic early osteoarthritis with the presence of at least one BML observed on MRI. Patients who provide informed ...

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Clinical Outcome Following Arthroscopic Knee Surgery

Purpose: There are no existing data available to guide clinicians in the appropriate rehabilitation progression of patients who have undergone knee arthroscopy. The investigator intends to fill this void by establishing normative recovery curves for patients undergoing knee arthroscopy. Research Design: Prospective Observational Design Procedures: Patients 10-70 years old will ...

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Danish Rct on Exercise Versus Arthroscopic Meniscal Surgery for Young Adults

Arthroscopic meniscal surgery is the most common orthopedic procedure. In Denmark, meniscal surgeries have doubled from around 9.000 yearly procedures in 2000 to more than 17.000 in 2011, with the total number of meniscal surgeries exceeding 150.000 in this period. Similar trends have been observed in the US, where more ...

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Telerehabilitation of Patients After Knee Surgery

Aim The objectives of this project are to assess the feasibility of using a telerehabilitation program for patients after a knee operation and investigate the acceptance of the provided solution by the patients and healthcare professionals. Hypothesis It is hypothesized that the acceptance and satisfaction of patients and healthcare professionals ...

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CREATION Health Readmission Risk Assessment Tool

Participants will complete the instrument on an electronic device provided by research staff in the hospital room. If an individual is unable to complete the instrument, the participant may have another individual input answers on the electronic device. Hospitalized patients (n 1240: 620 in Phase 1 and 620 in Phase ...

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