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Well-arm Exercise in Distal Radius Fractures

A single center randomized control study. Patients >18 years with isolated distal radius fractures treated non-operatively will be randomly assigned to either the treatment group (exercise of contralateral "well" arm) or control group (standard fracture care and rehabilitation).


Complications in Distal Radius Fracture

BACKGROUND. Distal radius fractures (FRD) are up to 17% of all diagnosed fractures and are the most commonly treated fractures in adult orthopedic patients. The management could be either conservative or surgical, depending on AO bone fracture classification. The principles of good treatment involves an anatomical reduction with a proper immobilization that keep the reduction. OBJECTIVE. Determine if percutaneous pinning for six weeks versus three has major complications...

The Influence of Local Bone Status on Complications After Surgical Treatment of Distal Radius Fractures

The purpose of this study is to evaluate if poor bone quality increases the risk of specific types of treatment complications in patients with distal radius fractures treated with open reduction and Locking Compression Plates(LCP).


Comparison of Occupational Therapy and Home Exercises for Adults With Operatively Treated Distal Radius Fractures

The purpose of this study is to compare to ways of rehabilitating after surgery for distal radius fractures treated operatively with a volar plate.

Comparison of Early and Late Therapy for Adults With Operatively Treated Distal Radius Fractures

The purpose of the study is to compare two common ways of rehabilitating after surgery for distal radius fractures treated operatively with a volar plate.

Unstable Fractures of the Distal Radius: Randomised Controlled Trial of Volar Plate Versus Dorsal Nail Plate Fixation

Fractures of the distal radius are one of the most common orthopaedic injuries and are associated with a high complication rate. There is a lack of clinical trials comparing the different treatment modalities of fractures of the distal radius. The purpose of this randomized trial is to assess differences in functional outcome, radiological results, and complication rate in patients 55 years and older with an unstable displaced fracture of the distal radius without articular inv...

Mini-C-Arm for Distal Radius Fractures in Adults

Determine efficacy of the use of mini-c-arm fluoroscopy for the closed reduction of isolated distal radius fractures in adult patients in the emergency department setting.

Role of the Pronator Quadratus in Distal Radius Fractures

The skin, the bones, and most muscles received branches from the source arteries of at least two angiosomes, thus revealing one of the important anastomotic pathways by which the circulation is reconstituted in those cases where a source artery is interrupted by disease or trauma. There are numerous metaphyseal-epiphyseal branches arise within the pronator quadratus and the anterior interosseous artery and course towards the distal radius. These branches may be fundament...

Outcome Study of Complex Distal Radius Fractures

The purpose of this study is to collect information about how people do after different treatments of a broken wrist to see if one treatment has better results.

Spanning Bridged Plate in Comminuted Distal Radius Fractures

This study To evaluate the result of using spanning bridge plate in comminuted distal radius fractures.

Extraarticular Distal Radius Fractures, X-fix or Volar Fixation

Distal radius fractures are treated surgically if severely displaced. This study aims to investigate the outcome after surgery. The investigators will randomize patients to either external fixation with optional addition of k-wires or open reduction and fixation with a volar plate.

Dynasplint for Distal Radius Fracture

The purpose of this study was to examine the efficacy of dynamic splinting as a therapeutic modality in reducing contracture following surgical treatment of distal radius fractures.

Above Versus Below-elbow Casting for Conservative Treatment of Distal Radius Fractures

For the non-surgical treatment of distal radius fractures in adults a variety cast options are available, including or not the elbow joint. The literature is inconclusive regarding the need to immobilize the elbow joint after reduction of the distal radius fracture.This study was undertaken to evaluate the best method of immobilization between the above and below-elbow cast groups at the end of 6 months of follow-up.

Conservative Treatment vs. Volar Plating of Distal Radius Fractures

A prospective, randomized controlled single-center trial with 80 patients aged 50 years and above to compare the functional and radiological results of conservative treatment and volar fixed-angle plating in the management of distal radius fracture

Metaphyseal Distal Radius Fractures

The number of osteoporotic fractures, among which the fractures of the lower extremity of the radius (16 % of fractures seen in emergencies) is going to increase. Several surgical techniques are described in particular locking plates and intrafocal pinning techniques. The aim of the study is to compare (X-ray assessments and functional outcome) these two types of treatment by using a prospective, randomised multicentric analysis.

Low Dose CT Distal Radius Fractures

This study is a prospective, departmental funded study examining the outcomes of Low Dose CT scans compared to Conventional Dose CT scans in patients who present to Duke University with a Distal Radius Fracture.

Intraarticular Distal Radius Fractures, X-fix or Volar Fixation

Distal radius fractures are treated surgically if severely displaced. This study aims to investigate the outcome after surgery. The investigators will randomize patients to either external fixation with optional addition of k-wires or open reduction and fixation with a volar plate.

Short-Arm Casting Effective in Type A2 Fractures in the Distal Radius

Distal radius fracture (DRF) is among the most common fractures of the long bones, which comprise one sixth of all fractures. Due to its high prevalence, effect on patients' everyday life, and cost on national health resources, its proper management is very important. The investigators performed this prospective randomized clinical trial on 100 patients with DRFs. 50 patients were treated in each group either by short or long arm cast. Patients were visited during the 6th and 1...

Postoperative Pain After Volar Plating for Distal Radius Fractures

The investigators undertook to evaluate early postoperative pain levels after the volar plating of distal radius fractures performed under regional anesthesia, and to determine whether periarticular multimodal drug injections into the joint, ligament, periosteum, subcutaneous tissue, and skin, and into interosseous and superficial radial nerves (as an additional sensory nerve block) provide additional pain management benefits.

Follow-up for Locking Plate Fixaion of Distal Radius Fracture

The current status of the disease under study. Including natural history, disease prognosis. Distal radial fractures (DRF, distal radius fractures) are the most common fractures, allowing the user to lock the steel plate to accelerate the recovery of the wrist, but related injuries such as the triangular fibrocartilage cartilage complex (TFCC) tear or distal radius ulna joint (DRUJ) ligament tear with DRUJ instability requires time fixed or further repair surgery. If these iss...

Effectiveness of Immobilization in the Postoperative Analgesia of Surgically Treated Distal Radius Fractures

The purpose of this study is to determine wether postoperative immobilization is effective in controlling the pain of patients with intra-articular distal radius fractures treated with volar locking plate fixation. The study hypotheses is that postoperative immobilization does not enhance the analgesia of these patients.

Short Forearm Casting Versus Below-elbow Splinting for Acute Immobilization of Distal Radius Fractures

There is no consensus regarding the need to immobilize the elbow in immediate immobilization of closed distal radius fractures post-reduction. Decreased functionality of the upper extremity is a notable morbidity associated with below-elbow splinting of distal radius fractures post-reduction. Few studies have provided evidence comparing sugar tong splinting versus short-arm casting as methods of immediate post-reduction immobilization. The study will randomize patients with clo...

Immobilization of Postoperative Distal Radius Fractures

The management of distal radius fractures has been in a state of evolution over the past 30 years. Treatment has become increasingly focused on obtaining a stable, internal construct for quick return to normal, daily activities. With the advent of volar locking plates, the wrist fracture is stable before the patient leaves the operating room. As surgical plate and screw constructs become more stable, the need for casting and splinting may be less. The presumptive "next step" i...

Operative Treatment of Intra-Articular Distal Radius Fractures With Versus Without Wrist Arthroscopy

Open reduction and internal fixation of intra-articular distal radius fractures leads to better functional outcomes the first 6 months compared to non-operative treatment. However, some patients continue to have a painful and stiff wrist post-operatively. Arthroscopically assisted removal of intra- articular fracture haematoma and debris may reduce pain and improve the functional outcomes following operative treatment of intra-articular distal radius fractures. Moreover, during...

Distal Radius Buckle Fracture Follow up Study

We will be enrolling children with distal radius buckle fractures, treating them with a removable splint and randomizing them to follow up as needed vs required follow up with a primary care physician 1-2 weeks after the ED visit.


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