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Safety Study of Femoral Neck Fracture System

The purpose of this study is to assess the reoperation rate of fractures that have occurred at the neck of the femur that are treated with the CONQUEST FN Femoral Neck Fracture System. The CONQUEST FN Femoral Neck Fracture System is approved for use by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It consists of a stainless steel plate and three (3) screws intended to treat both non-displaced and displaced fractures to the femoral neck.


Fixation for the Treatment of Femoral Neck Fractures

The femoral neck fracture is the most prevalent injuries which commonly encountered among older people with high mortality, morbidity and young fit healthy ones who subjected to high-energy trauma . Non-union or avascular necrosis of femoral neck fracture which lead to loss of labor capacity and death, is the most commonly occurred complication and results in considerable burden for family. The treatment is difficult and challenging, and to minimize the negative results such as...

Proximal Femoral Fractures - Patient Population, Risk Factors, Surgical Performance and Outcome

Proximal femoral fractures are a typical pathology in elderly patients after a low-energy trauma. This study analyses preexisting risk factors for proximal femoral fractures as well as for failing to reach the previous functional level, difference in outcome between patients with femoral neck fracture compared to those with pertrochanteric fracture, surgical performance and its significance for the functional outcome, as well as the impact of proximal femoral fractures o...


Hemiarthroplasty or Internal Fixation for Displaced Femoral Neck Fractures

An estimated 1.6 million patients sustain a hip fracture every year, about half of these are intracapsular femoral neck fractures. A femoral neck fracture is a life changing event for any patient, and the risk of disability, increased dependence and death is substantial. The main treatment options for displaced femoral neck fractures are internal fixation and arthroplasty. It is established that there are more complications and reoperations after internal fixation, but there is...

Chinese Second Hip Fracture Evaluation

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

Hemiarthroplasty or Internal Fixation for Displaced Femoral Neck Fractures - 5 Years Follow up

An estimated 1.6 million patients sustain a hip fracture every year, about half of these are intracapsular femoral neck fractures. A femoral neck fracture is a life changing event for any patient, and the risk of disability, increased dependence and death is substantial. The main treatment options for displaced femoral neck fractures are internal fixation and arthroplasty. It is established that there are more complications and reoperations after internal fixation, and better s...

Porous Tantalum Rods Improve the Hip Joint Function of Patients With Avascular Necrosis of the Femoral Head

To confirm 1) whether, compared with core decompression alone, core decompression with porous tantalum rod implantation improves the hip joint function of patients with avascular necrosis of the femoral head after femoral neck fracture surgery, 2) whether porous tantalum rod shows favorable biocompatibility with the human body, and 3) whether this treatment method is feasible for treating avascular necrosis of the femoral head after femoral neck fracture surgery.

Postoperative Analgesia With Local Infiltration After Femoral Neck Fracture

Reducing pain is an essential factor for early mobilization after osteosynthesis of femoral neck fractures. Systemic opioids have side effects that might obstruct mobilization and induce delirium and nausea. The investigators hypothesized that wound infiltration results in reduction in systemic opioid usage and pain relief without side effects.

Comparison of a Cemented, Polished Tapered Stem and an Anatomic Stem for Femoral Neck Fracture

Postoperative periprosthetic femoral fracture after hip arthroplasty is associated with considerable morbidity and mortality. Recent cohort studies have demonstrated a high incidence of PPF in elderly patients treated with two commonly used polished, tapered, collarless stems in elderly patients. The aim of this study was to compare the rate and characteristics of PPF in a consecutive cohort of patients treated either the polished tapered CTP stem or the matte anatomic SP2 stem...

The Influence of Cognitive Status on Walking Abilities After Femoral Neck Fracture

Introduction: Femoral neck fracture is a devastating injury with serious medical and social consequences. One third of these patients have some degree of impaired cognitive status. Despite of this, a high proportion of hip fracture trials exclude patients with cognitive impairment. The investigators aimed to evaluate whether moderate to severe cognitive impairment could predict walking ability, quality of life, functional outcome, reoperations and mortality in elderly patients ...

Femoral Neck Fracture in Adult and Avascular Necrosis and Nonunion

One of the most serious sequelae of femoral neck fractures (FNFs) is avascular necrosis (AVN) and nonunion, and this translates to a significant morbidity and mortality. This study was conducted to determine the relationship between the etiologies and management of FNFs in our institution and its relationship to the development of AVN or nonunion.

Comparison of Conventional and Large Diameter Femoral Heads for the Prevention of Hip Dislocation

About ten percent of revision hip replacements will dislocate. Although dislocation is not a life-threatening problem, it is stressful and costly and requires hospitalization to treat. Subjects who have repeated dislocations live with the constant fear of another dislocation. The purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of a large ball prosthesis in preventing post-surgical dislocation. A large diameter ball has greater freedom of movement before it impinges; ther...

Bipolar Versus Unipolar Hemiarthroplasty for Patients With a Hip Fracture

Insertion of a hemiarthroplasty is a well established treatment for a dislocated medial hip fracture in elderly patients. The purpose of this study is to compare unipolar and bipolar hemiarthroplasty as a treatment for patients aged 70 years or above with a dislocated medial femoral neck fracture. The study is prospective and randomised, and will be based on questionnaires, clinical examinations, registration of complications and radiographic evaluation at follow up at 3 months...

Prospective Randomized Comparison of Bipolar Hemiarthroplasty and Total Hip Arthroplasty With Large Femoral Heads for the Treatment of Displaced Intracapsular Femoral Neck Fractures in the Elderly

The purpose of this study is to compare hemiarthroplasty (HAP) with total hip arthroplasty (THA), performed by trained arthroplasty surgeons with the use of large femoral heads for the treatment of displaced femoral neck fractures in mobile independent elderly patients, to determine the impact of these surgical options on the short term functional outcomes and complication rates, namely dislocation and the need for further surgery. This is a single-blinded prospective randomiz...

Pediatric Hip Plate Versus Cannulated Screw in Pediatric Femoral Neck Fracture

The purpose of this study is to compare the early postoperative radiologic and clinical outcomes of pediatric hip plate and cannulated screw fixation in pediatric femoral neck fracture (Delbet type II and Delbet type III).

Hip Abductor Strengths, Limping and Trochanteric Tenderness After Hip Arthroplasty Due to Femoral Neck Fracture

A prospective cohort study to compare the direct lateral and poster-lateral approach concerning abductor function. Patients admitted with a femoral neck fracture operated with either a total or a hemiarthroplasty through a direct lateral or a poster-lateral approach were screened for inclusion. Patients with altered mental status SPMSQ >7, pathological fractures, non-walkers were excluded. Those who fulfilled the inclusion criteria and non of the exclusion criteria were follow...

Investigation of the Femoral Shortening Osteotomy in the Developmental Dislocation of the Hip (FSODDH)

Although older children and high dislocations may be more likely to require a femoral shortening osteotomy, the ultimate decision about whether or not to shorten a given femur should depend on the ease of femoral head reduction in that specific patient. Adding a femoral shortening procedure increases operating time and blood loss, adds a second incision, and necessitates future hardware removal. In addition, an unnecessary femoral shortening osteotomy could overly decrease the ...

Dynamic Internal Fixation of Femoral Neck Fractures

Evaluation of dynamic Plate-Screw-Systems for internal fixation after femoral neck fractures. Open Registry for Comparison of 1-screw-systems (DHS) with multi-screw-system Targon FN.

Dislocation Rates of Femoral Catheter Placed Sonographically Either In-plane or Out-of-plane

Dislocation of the femoral nerve catheters, which are used as postoperative analgesic method after knie surgery, will be studied. Two Groups will be compared; in the first group the femoral nerve catheter will be placed sonographically with the in-plane technique, whereas in the other Group the femoral nerve catheter will be placed sonographically with the out-of-plane technique

Safety and Effectiveness of Proximal Femoral Nail Antirotation for the Treatment of Intertrochanteric Femoral Fracture

Minimally invasive PFNA fixation for the treatment of intertrochanteric femoral fracture will be used in 20 patients within 2 years to objectively validate the safety and effectiveness of PFNA in the treatment of fracture of long tube-like bone.

Direct Anterior Approach for Femoral Neck Fractures

The primary objective is to examine if in patients with a dislocated femoral neck fracture who receive a total hip arthroplasty, direct anterior approach will give a better result in terms of mobilization, function and pain in the first weeks and months postoperatively, than direct lateral approach.

Comparison Study of 3-4-Screws-Internal Fixation With Multi-Screw-System Targon FN for Femoral Neck Fracture

The purpose of this study is to compare between two methods of internal fixation, the 3-4 parallel screws or the Targon FN implant in gardens type 1-2 or Pauwels type 1-2 femoral neck fractures in terms of the outcomes and complications associated with the treatment of these fractures.

Functional Status, Morbidity and Mortality in Cemented Versus Press-Fit Hemiarthroplasty

Hemiarthroplasty (half of a hip replacement) is the most common treatment for displaced fractures of the femoral neck in the elderly and is associated with a better functional outcome and fewer reoperations than internal fixation. Currently, the operative management of displaced femoral neck fractures favors the use of cemented implants. This technique is believed to be more stable in the immediate post-operative period, but there is limited evidence of a decreased morbidity a...

Assessment of the Risk of Contralateral Non Simultaneous Neck of Femur Fracture in the Elderly.

Neck of femur fractures are common in the elderly and are the source of significant morbidity and mortality. This study is based on a new technique developed in Ben Gurion University, with which investigators are able to asses the structural 3 dimensional strength of a bone by applying a unique simulation on a CAT scan of the bone. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the risk of a contralateral neck of femur fracture after the first neck of femur fracture and to estimate t...

Periprosthetic Bone Remodeling in Femoral Neck Fracture Patients; a 5-year Follow up Study

Periprosthetic bone remodeling in femoral neck fracture patients: a 5-year follow up study addressing the influence of surgical approach on periprosthetic bone mineral density.


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