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The purpose of this study is to evaluate if prediction of general anaesthesia level by the Smartpilot® View device can improve the quality of anaesthesia in patients undergoing hip fracture surgery.
The purpose of this research study is to test if an experimental drug called ZT-031 can help men over 30 years or post-menopausal women over 55 years of age with certain types of hip fracture to heal better or faster following surgery and to determine if ZT-031 is safe for patients with fractures. To be allowed in the study you have to have a type of hip fracture that requires surgery that is being studied (intertrochanteric fracture). You must also otherwise be in good healt...
The purpose of this study is to gather information about a device used to help fix broken ribs. Hypothesis: Rib fracture repair with the U-plate system is clinically durable and safe for the indications of flail chest repair, acute pain control, chest wall defect repair, and fracture non-union.
The main aim is to assess the effectiveness of introducing a standardized intervention program for treatment of fracture patients as measured by changes in the fracture rates and the mortality.
Intra-articular fracture is a very common fracture. The only method to treat these fractures is surgery with plate and screws followed by rehabilitation. Even though the surgeons do their best to restore the anatomy, up to 40 percent of the patients develop osteoarthritis after 10 years. Previous research has shown that immediately after fracture in the joint, the body starts an inflammatory response and activates a series of biomarkers inside the joint space. Some of these bio...
Patients who have suffered a first hip fracture have a higher risk of falling and sustaining another hip fracture compared with age-matched adults who did not fracture. Although exercise is key to reversing this pattern, there have been very few trials that aimed to improve muscle strength and balance as well as enhance bone health following hip fracture. Therefore, we propose to conduct an RCT that delivers either 12 months of standard care or standard care plus graduated exer...
Tranexamic acid has been shown to reduce postoperative blood losses and transfusion requirements in a number of types of surgery. Most trials in orthopedic surgery have been conducted in arthroplasty, hip fracture and spine surgeries. This study would aim to see the effect of tranexamic acid in reduction of blood loss and transfusions for long bone fracture surgery, primarily fracture shaft of femur.
1. To Compare overall rates of second hip fractures in both genders, 2. To determine the effect of hip fracture on proximal femoral volumetric bone mineral density (vBMD), bone structure and muscle by quantitative computed tomography(QCT), 3. To evaluate the contribution of QCT-image analysis to the prediction of the second hip fracture risk. 4. To identify the differences between femoral neck fracture and trochanter fracture following hip fracture
The intention is to evaluate the effectiveness of a multi-factorial medical treatment of patients with hip fractures in a specially designed unit for elderly hip fracture patients (orthogeriatric unit) as compared to traditional care in an orthopedic unit.
The purpose of the study is to study the clinicopathologic behaviour of the 3 dangerous types of chronic otitis media that are prone for complications. In which type are the complications more common? Which type gives rise to more hearing loss? How does the disease process in the 3 types evolve? should the 3 types of otitis media be managed differently?
This study aims to evaluate the efficacy of the investigators PSU hip protector for prevention of fracture in elderly.The eligible patients include those with previous diagnosed as unilateral hip fracture. They will be randomized into 2 groups;psu hip protector and no protector. The patients will be instructed to wear the protector fulltime.The inceidence of hip fracture will be compared between both group at the end of 1 year.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether the rate of fracture healing and fracture union, repaired with the LISS device, will be as good as or better than the usual fracture fixation systems.
This is a prospective observational single cohort trial quantifying time to radiographic union (primary endpoint) and convenience, satisfaction, pain and resource requirements (secondary) for patients with non-operatively treated distal radius fractures managed with a thermoformable Exos short-arm brace.
The effect of overweight and obesity on IVF outcomes is still questionable. The purpose of this study was to determine if overweight/obesity in women with PCOS were associated with an adverse IVF outcome compared to those with normal weight. Design: Retrospective cohort study.
Chronic pain following surgical stabilization of a pelvic fracture is very prominent and can have a major affect on a patient's quality of life. Persistent pain after radiographic evidence of fracture union commonly leads to implant removal. But, the routine removal of orthopaedic fixation devices after fracture healing remains an issue of debate.
The clinical trial is being conducted to evaluate the performance of the Crosstrees System in reducing pain and decreasing the risk of cement leakage associated with vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty.
The purpose of this study is to monitor trochanteric fracture healing and review the performance of the ATN system.
The study examines if the introduction of a fast track pathway for hip fracture patients had an influence on mortality and quality of life by comparing these outcomes between all hip fracture patients operated at Akershus University Hospital two years before and two years after this change in standard care.
The purpose of this study is to compare fracture diagnostic, conventional x-ray versus ultrasound.
The aims of this study is to study the occurrence of the troponin elevations, ECG changes, and cardiac symptoms in unselected consecutive patients with hip fracture. Followup will be carried out up to one year period.
This pilot study will look at whether it is possible to give better physical therapy to people with cognitive limitations who have had a hip fracture.
The purpose of the study is to determine the best dose of Vitamin D to give to hip fracture patients to achieve the optimal therapeutic level.
The objective of this study is to systematically document the clinical outcomes of THP Hip Fracture Plating System when used to treat intracapsular and intertrochanteric fractures.
To examine the influence of regular hypnotic therapy on the incidence of delirium after hip fracture surgery
observational study at tertiary care hospital and level 1 trauma centre aiming to evaluate the difference between two common surgical approaches to distal humerus fracture fixation.