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Latarjet Procedure: Comparative Outcomes Study of Arthroscopic Versus Mini-open Approach With Minimum 2-year Follow-up

To date, use of arthroscopic procedure to perform Latarjet procedure is still technically demanding. The benefits of arthroscopic procedure need to be evaluated compared to the mini-invasive approach. The aim of this study was to assess postoperative pain during the first week, and the positioning of coracoid bone block at the anterior aspect of the glenoid. At minimum 2 years follow-up, the recurrence of shoulder instability and functional evaluation of patients according to t...


Shoulder Instability Trial Comparing Arthroscopic Stabilization Benefits Compared With Latarjet Procedure Evaluation

The primary objective of the pilot study is to assess the feasibility of a definitive trial to determine the effect of arthroscopic capsuloligamentous repair vs. coracoid transfer (Latarjet procedure) on recurrent dislocation rates and functional outcomes over a 24-month period.

Prospective Strength Measurement Involving Muscles Altered In Arthroscopic Latarjet

Open and arthroscopic Latarjet procedures are used to treat shoulder instability as primary and salvage procedures. During surgery the coracoid process is detached and repositioned to the anterior glenoid through a subscapularis split and fixed in place, resulting in an enlarged glenoid and therefor articular surface. However, before this is done, the pectorals minor, which inserts at the coracoid process, has to be detached and is left without further treatment. Moreover, the ...


Tranexamic Acid for the Latarjet Procedure.

The investigators propose a double-blinded randomized study evaluating the effectiveness of tranexamic acid in reducing postoperative swelling and haematoma formation after the Latarjet procedure. The purpose of this study is to assess the efficacy of tranexamic acid (TXA), given via intra-articular injection at the time of surgery in patients undergoing the Latarjet procedure for shoulder instability.

Arthroscopic Bankart Repair and Remplissage Versus Latarjet Coracoid Transfer for Recurrent Anterior Glenohumeral Instability With Subcritical Bone Loss - A Randomized Controlled Trial

This is a pilot study designed as a prospective, randomized controlled trial comparing arthroscopic Bankart repair and Remplissage with an open Latarjet coracoid transfer for the treatment of recurrent anterior glenohumeral instability with subcritical bone loss.

Complications Related to Arthroscopic Surgery of the Hip - a Prospective Cohort Study

Arthroscopic hip surgery is performed with traction on the leg to allow the surgeon to perform the surgical procedure. A retrospective study has described neuropraxia, ankle joint pain and a skin burn after surgery (1). Moreover, it has been described that surgeons performing the procedure have a learning curve related to the number of complications described postoperatively. At the investigators' institution, hip arthroscopies have been performed since 2010 and the 3 surgeons ...

Latarjet Versus Modified Eden-Hybinnette for Anterior Shoulder Dislocation

Randomized clinical trial, parallel 1:1, comparing Latarjet to Modified Eden-Hybinnett (iliac bone crest + capsular repair) for recurrent traumatic anterior glenohumeral dislocation.

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Operative Treatment of Traumatic Anteroinferior Shoulder Instability in Young Male Patients

Glenohumeral joint is prone to instability, i.e. the humeral head may dislocate off the scapular glenoid plate especially in the anteroinferior direction. Surgical treatment of shoulder instability aims at restoration of shoulder stability. The purpose of this trial is to investigate the difference in outcome after arthroscopic Bankart operation compared with open Latarjet operation in the treatment of a residual instability after a traumatic primary dislocation in young males.

Norwegian Cartilage Project - Microfracture

114 patients between 18 and 50 years with an isolated focal cartilage defect in the knee will be randomized to either receive arthroscopic microfracture or arthroscopic debridement. Both groups will then undergo a systematic physiotherapy training regime for 6-9 months. The groups will then be compared for results, after 3, 6, 12 and 24 months, by using validated patient reported outcome scores (Lysholm, KOOS, Tegner) and EQ5D as well as clinical examination and radiological fi...

Danish Rct on Exercise Versus Arthroscopic Meniscal Surgery for Young Adults

There are two cartilage structures in each knee joint called a meniscus. A torn meniscus can be caused by either a smaller or larger trauma or be a degenerative age-related tear. Arthroscopic meniscal surgery is the most common orthopedic procedure, but no high-quality studies have investigated the efficacy of meniscal surgery for younger patients (i.e. 40 years or younger) in comparison to non-surgical treatments. The purpose of this study is to determine if a strategy of ear...

Long-term Review of a Cohort of Arthroscopic Bankart Interventions

Recurrent instability is the most common chronic shoulder pathology of the young and athletic patient. It is a source of functional, sporting and professional disability, and a permanent apprehension to the use of the affected shoulder. Surgical treatment has been proposed for a long time by the reintegration of the labrum (intervention of Bankart) then by the making of an osteo-muscular stop (intervention of Latarjet). Like in many domains, surgical techniques have eva...

Autologous Cartilage Implantation vs Arthroscopic Debridement

82 patients aged 18-49 years with an isolated focal cartilage defect in the knee will be randomized to either receive autologous cartilage implantation or arthroscopic debridement. Both groups will then undergo a systematic physiotherapy training regime for 6-9 months. The Groups will then be compared for results, after 3, 6, 12 and 24 months, by using validated patient reported outcome scores (Lysholm, KOOS, Tegner) and EQ5D (European Quality of Life 5 dimensions) as well as c...

Evaluation of BIomarkers for POstoperative Complications in Non-cardiac Surgery Patients

Aim of this study is to evaluate whether IPF, hsTnT and NT pro-BNP can be used as biomarkers for perioperative risk stratification predicting postoperative complications in patients undergoing elective non-cardiac surgery.

Arthroscopic Midcarpal Wrist Arthrodesis: Clinical and Functional Outcomes

All cases of midcarpal wrist arthritis treated surgically with arthroscopic partial wrist fusion with cannulated screws from January 2015 to December 2017 will be reviewed. The union rate and time to union will be recorded following the standard radiological postoperative control. Wrist assessments performed pre- and postoperative regarding strength, range of motion and pain will be analysed. Complications will be recorded as well. Participants will be recruited for wrist ass...

Do You Arthroscopic Repair for Subscapularis Tendon Tear, Which Accounts for More Than Half of the 1st Facet? Or do You Perform Debridement?

The purpose of this study was to randomly classify the upper third of the subscapularis in 1/2 of the rupture patients as preoperative group (arthroscopic and arthroscopic debridement group) and the difference between clinical and clinical scores.

The Effectiveness of Arthroscopic Cartilage Regeneration Facilitating Procedure for Patients With Knee Osteoarthritis

The aim of this study is to discuss the effect of gait pattern in patients receiving arthroscopic cartilage regeneration facilitating procedure (ACRFP) for treatment of osteoarthritis of knees.

Arthroscopic Primary Repair of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)

A prospective cohort study that will be conducted at Sultan Qaboos University Hospital. It aims to determine the outcomes, in terms of, activity level, functional level, subjective knee function, range of motion, stability, and failure, among patients with acute ACL injuries, who undergo arthroscopic primary ACL repair; and to compare these results with patients who undergo arthroscopic ACL reconstruction. To the investigators' knowledge, there is a dearth of studies looking in...

Improvement of Perioperative Care of Elderly Patients

The focus of this study is the development of a perioperative treatment concept for elderly patients, based on individual necessities and risk factors, aiming to improve patient outcome. The planned interventions include preoperative screening for malnutrition, frailty and uncalled-for long-term medication, if required followed by early prophylaxis and treatment of these risk factors, prior to or during surgery.

Analgesic Efficacy of US-Guided Interscalene Block Versus Supraclavicular Block for Ambulatory Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair

Ultrasound-guided interscalene block (ISB) is the reference technique for pain control after ambulatory upper limb surgery, but supraclavicular block (SCB) is an alternative procedure. We compared the efficacy of these two techniques in patients undergoing ambulatory arthroscopic rotator cuff repair (ARCR).

A Randomized, Double-blind Controlled Trial Comparing Arthroscopic Tennis Elbow Release With Arthroscopic Debridement for the Management of Chronic Lateral Epicondylitis

Tennis elbow is a common occurrence in the general population that causes lateral elbow pain and diminished grip strength, which may be debilitating. Most affected individuals achieve symptom resolution within 6 months to 1 year with measures such as physiotherapy, anti-inflammatories and corticosteroid injections, but a small subset will go on to develop chronic symptoms. Chronic tennis elbow can be treated surgically, with arthroscopy gaining popularity in recent years as it ...

Early and Systematic Screening in Chronic Neuropathy

TTR-FAP is a rare disabling inherited disorder that predominantly affects the peripheral nervous system and the heart. Due to an important phenotypic and genetic heterogeneity, the diagnosis is often delayed, preventing therefore early onset treatment. Our project is to evaluate the prevalence of TTR-FAP in a series of 130 patients with from chronic neuropathy of undetermined aetiology through a systematic screening of TTR mutations.

Influence of Perioperative Fluid Therapy on Hemoglobin and Methemoglobin Levels

The objective of the study is to evaluate influence of perioperative fluid therapy on Methemoglobin levels, and to changes in hemoglobin. Further, changes in Methemoglobin will be related to metabolic signs of oxidative stress (changes in blood lactate). Patients undergoing major abdominal surgery will be included into the study.

Early Active Rehabilitation After Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair

The purpose of the study is to compare two different rehabilitation protocols after arthroscopic rotator cuff surgery.

Femoroacetabular Impingement RandomiSed Controlled Trial

The purpose of this study is to determine whether surgical correction of hip impingement morphology via arthroscopic osteochondroplasty (shaving of bone) will provide improved clinical results (decreased pain and improved function) in adult patients with femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) compared to arthroscopic lavage (washing out of painful inflammation debris) and treating obvious damage of the hip joint.

Arthroscopic Versus Open Stabilization for Traumatic Shoulder Instability

The purpose of this study is to compare arthroscopic and open shoulder stabilization procedures by measuring the disease-specific quality of life outcome in patients with traumatic unidirectional anterior instability of the shoulder at 2 and 5 years. Hypothesis: There is no difference in disease-specific quality of life outcomes in patients with traumatic unidirectional anterior shoulder instability, undergoing an arthroscopic versus an open stabilization procedure.


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