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The objective of this study is to evaluate clinical performance for the commercially available NexGen TM Monoblock Tibia and NexGen TM Modular Tibia used in primary cementless tibia total knee arthroplasty.
The purpose of this study is to test for significant differences in functional outcomes, specifically pre-operative ROM and post-operative ROM obtained by using a NexGen CR versus a NexGen CR-Flex knee implant. Specifically, it is predicted that an increase in post-operative range of motion will be experienced by patients treated with the NexGen CR-Flex knee implant.
The purpose of this trial is to study potential differences between two prostheses, including: "feel of prosthesis" (i.e., how natural does the prosthesis feel), range of motion (ROM), pain perception for each prosthesis, satisfaction, patella tracking and quantification of the removed bone anterior on the femur (weight).
The results of this study will help in the development of a new type of nasal strip for management of nasal congestion and snoring.
The Importance of Different Modularity of the Polyethylene Insert for Tibial Component Migration and Adaptive Bone Remodeling After Uncemented Total Knee Arthroplasty Using Trabecular Metal Technology (TMT) Zimmer NexGen®, (Monoblock vs. Modular Design)
In a prospective randomised study two uncemented tibial components with different polyethylene modularities (Trabecular Metal Technology (TMT) Zimmer NexGen® monobloc and TMT Zimmer NexGen® modular) used for total knee arthroplasty (TKA) is evaluated. Both tibial component coatings are designed to provide excellent condition for bone ingrowth. The differences between the two tibial components are evaluated by measurements of migration of the tibial component assessed by Rad...
A multicenter, prospective randomized controlled trial comparing the Persona knee system to the Nexgen knee system in total knee arthroplasty.
The aim of this study is to describe Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) in adolescents and adults with Hemophilia A treated prophylactically or on-demand with Helixate NexGen. The study will also assess the kinds of determinants, including key transitional life events, that might impact HRQoL in this patient population.
A randomized blinded study is conducted comparing 2 different knee prostheses. Range of motion (ROM), pain, feel of prosthesis, satisfaction and ability to do daily activities are registered at intervals up to one year postop, where patients are informed on which prosthesis they received. We want to: - determine whether an increased ROM is achieved with a high-flex knee compared to a standard knee - and if so, does it matter
Early total knee arthroplasty (TKA) implant systems most frequently used an all-polyethylene cemented tibial component1. Based on finite-element analysis studies reporting superior force distribution compared with conventional all-polyethylene components, metal-backed tibial baseplates have dominated the TKA implant market since the middle of the 1980's2. These modular implants provided excellent long-term implant survivorship3. As TKA became increasingly successful, younger p...
The purpose of this prospective, randomized study was to compare pain, functional outcome and ranges of motion of the knees in patients receiving either a standard posterior cruciate-retaining or a high-flexion posterior cruciate-retaining total knee prosthesis.
The SPINEREG study is a prospective observational registry. Eligible patients are subjects undergoing spine surgery at the participating institutions. Baseline health status and follow-up health status are recorded at pre-established steps.
Investigators plan to study the role of spine surgery analgesic pathways - for procedures with high risk of postoperative pain - in improving the quality of recovery
Rugby players are often exposed to destabilisation of the upper cervical spine.This kind of trauma may lead to dramatic injuries, due to lesion of spinal cord. CerviStab© is a device which evaluate the bio-mechanical and neuromuscular behavior of the upper cervical spine in rugby situation. The aim of this study, is to evaluate the dynamic stabilization of the upper cervical spine in reaction to unexpected impact.
There is a clear need in spine surgery to place pedicle screws in the right place in the spine with good accuracy to avoid damage to important structures (spinal cord, nerve roots or vertebral arteries). The objective of the study is to investigate the accuracy of screw placement during spine surgery.
The goal of this clinical research study is to learn whether delivering spine radiosurgery in a single large dose is better than delivering spine radiosurgery over 3 smaller doses. Researchers also want to learn about the effects of a single dose on participant's symptoms, pain, and quality-of-life.
The effects of cervical spine manual therapy, including mobilization and manipulation, on cervical spine range of motion, joint position sense, and balance is unknown among individuals with cervicogenic headache. Previous studies have indicated improved frequency of headache, decreased perceived disability, and demonstrated improved neuromuscular function following upper cervical manipulation. Other authors report improved cervical spine range of motion, joint position sense, a...
To date it is unknown how physical activity levels in adults is limited before and after lumbar spine surgery and if physical activity level is associated with disability and limitations of quality of life. The main objective is to compare physical activity preoperatively and 6 and 12 weeks postoperatively in patients undergoing lumbar spine surgery with norm data. In addition, we will study the association of changes in physical activity, disability and quality of live.
The goal of this clinical research study is to find out if combining thermal ablation (using a laser to heat tumor tissue in order to shrink the tumor size) and spine stereotactic radiosurgery (SSRS--a method for giving radiation) can help control cancer that has spread to the spine.
To identify patient characteristics associated with non-response after spine fusion surgery for the treatment of degenerative disc disease (DDD).
- Analysis of patient data and computed tomography scan of polytraumatized patients thoracic spine fractures - A concomitant sternal fracture was identified an indicator for an unstable thoracic spine fracture
In spine surgery postoperative pain can often be severe and difficult to treat.With the use of ultrasound, the performance of plane blocks and other techniques like root blocks, facet infiltration have become possible without the use of either unreliable " pop-techniques" or the use of x-ray.The erector spinae block was recently described as a safe and simple and safe technique for neuropathic pain and acute post surgical pain, with effect on the dorsal rami of the spinal nerve...
The aim of this observational study is to establish estimation of global lordosis of the cervical spine (from C3 to C7) in patients with cervicobrachial neuralgia.
This study aims to compare whether or not there is a difference in the effectiveness of upper back (thoracic spine) mobilizations versus manipulations used in a population of patients with mechanical neck pain. The investigators hypothesize that patients receiving a manipulative technique will experience better outcomes than patients receiving the mobilization techniques and these results will be evident at a 48-hour follow-up.
This study seeks to determine if the correction of a sacroiliac lesion can produce a functional change in cervical spine. Reduction of a sacroiliac joint lesion may alter cervical spine function.
The objective of this study is to describe the change in the percentage of fat in the lumbar spine.