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Post-market prospective clinical study with a medical device. Data from patients that routinely receive a primary BPK-S-integration knee implant made of ceramic will be documented with a follow-up time of 2 years.
Three-dimensional (3D) printing has gained popularity in medicine over the last decade. Once 3D printers have become more affordable, the true strength of this technique has been recognized because of its ability to obtain anatomical models based on the unique characteristics of each patient. Liver resections are challenging operations because of the complex nature of the liver and venous anatomy within the liver, so 3D imaging is a promising new tool for surgical planning.
Prospective Post-Market Clinical Follow up study according to MEDDEV 2.12/2 rev2 of the European Union. Patients receiving the primary knee implant BPK-S UC as primary implant in either variant ceramic or CoCr (metal) are eligible for the study and will be followed up for 5 years after implantation or until revision of the prosthesis, whichever occurs first. Demographic data will be collected together with data regarding safety and benefit at defined timepoints (preoperative, i...
Methods to reduce the revision rate of total hip arthroplasties (THAs) because of wear-related issues are important to examine, particularly because younger patients have a disproportionately high risk of revision. The investigators hoped to follow up patients and see if long-term Harris hip scores and WOMAC scores better in younger patients with a ceramic-on-ceramic (COC) THA compared with those with a ceramic-on-highly-cross-linked polyethylene (COP) THA.
The primary objective of this study is to obtain implant survivorship and clinical outcome data for the commercially available Zimmer® Continuum™ Ceramic-on-Ceramic Bearing System when used in primary hip arthroplasty. This will be done by analysis of standard scoring systems, radiographs and adverse event records. Data will be used to monitor pain, mobility and survivorship, and to confirm the safety and efficacy ofthe Continuum Ceramic-on-Ceramic Bearing System.
This study aims to use 3D printing personalized plate to locate the position in which the K-wires would be drilled to save operation time and decrease the number of times that the K-wires are drilled.
The main objective is to evaluate peri-implant hard and soft tissues's stability with the use of a ceramic implant (Implant Straumann®Pure Ceramic) during one year follow up.
Comparison of the functional result and speed of rehabilitation between two types of hip prostheses: primary ceramic-on-ceramic total hip replacement versus metal-on-metal hip resurfacing.
The aim of this research project is emphasize the benefit of the digital workflow compared to conventional impressions and crown processing with standard la procedures. The objectives of the present study are to measure and compare the global cost, the time spent in the dental chair and in the lab and the fit of both digital and conventional workflow. Additionally, patient centered outcomes will be recorded.
Polyethylene wear debris from metal-on-polyethylene articulations are one of the main causes of periprosthetic bone loss and non-infectious loosening in total hip arthroplasty. Ceramic articulations have a very low wear rate when measured in the laboratory and the investigator's hypothesis is that hip arthroplasty with an all ceramic articulation will have less osteolysis and wear in addition to equally good fixation and clinical outcome compared to the same hip arthroplasty de...
The aims of this clinical study are: To evaluate the clinical performance between indirect composite and ceramic laminate veneers: Main interests are: - colour stability of the restoration (digital measurement in follow up) - failure mode of the restoration - wear of the restoration and antagonist Hypothesis: - The colour stability of indirect composite restorations will not be different from the ceramic restorations. - ...
This study will evaluate a midterm clinical and radiologic outcome patients who undergo new alumina-zirconia composite ceramic bearing THA.
The purpose of this study is to monitor the performance of the Pinnacle™ Cup with a ceramic-on-ceramic bearing combination in the treatment of patients with hip joint disease requiring a total hip replacement. Patients who enter the study will be evaluated at regular intervals following hip surgery using patient, clinical and x-ray assessments.
This is a post-market prospective study to obtain functional, quality of life and radiographic data, which will facilitate assessment of the clinical performance of the Zimmer Trilogy AB Acetabular Hip System.
This is a prospective, non-randomized, consecutive series, multicentre, observational study to evaluate the clinical outcome of ceramic-on- ceramic hip resurfacing arthroplasty using the ceramic, non-porous, non-cemented H1 Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty. It includes a safety study followed by an efficacy study. Patients will be followed up for 10-years postoperatively. The primary aim is to confirm the safety of the H1 hip resurfacing prosthesis by demonstrating non-infer...
The objectives of this study are to characterize the clinical performance and wear mechanisms of all-ceramic posterior crowns. The wear rate of all-ceramic crowns and opposing enamel in selected patients will be quantified. The relationship of each subject's maximum clenching force and wear rate will also be analyzed.
Cryo AF Global Registry a prospective, global, multi-center, observational Post-Market Registry
For the replacement of the sternum, there is no consensus regarding the most appropriate and most effective physiologically material. The use of ceramic implant offers significant operational time saving and biocompatibility coupled with the strength of the material allow us to realize a more natural operation, limiting the risk of infection and rejection. Main objective: to evaluate the efficiency of the replacement of the sternum by a ceramic implant on the respiratory capac...
This randomized clinical study aims to compare success and survival of two different ceramic tooth restoration materials. The hypothesis for the study is that fluoride treated zirconia will retain as good as lithium disilicate reinforced glass ceramic when cemented by the same resin cement. One group of patients will receive a restoration in fluoride treated zirconia, the other group will receive a restoration in reinforced glass ceramic. All restorations will be cemente...
The aim of this study is to assess the effect of the newly introduced (hybrid dental ceramic) superstructure materials, Vita Enamic versus IPS Emax on implant stability, patient satisfaction and crestal bone loss.
This Post-Approval study is prospective follow-up study designed to evaluate the long-term safety and effectiveness of the Reflection Ceramic Acetabular System.
The study is a multicenter, prospective, non-randomized, non-controlled consecutive cohort post-market clinical follow-up study.
The aim of the present study is to assess the clinical performance (patient satisfaction, fracture, shade matching, Marginal adaptation and sensitivity) of laminate veneers made with celtra duo press ceramic and IPS e.max press ceramic with incisal wrap design.
The goal of this study is to study the stability of the Delta-TT cup with polyethylene insert and the Delta-TT cup with ceramic insert both combined with the H-MAX femoral stem by means of RSA to assess whether the differences in stiffness of the cup will have an influence on incorporation and mechanical stability. It is hypothesized that there will be more micromotion on the short-term (
Global Post-Market Study of the VenaSeal™ Closure System in the Treatment of Early and Advanced Stage Superficial Venous Disease.