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Total Hip Arthoplastry Revision by Dual-mobility Acetabular Cup Cemented in a Metal Reinforcement

Total hip arthroplasty (THA) requires bone reconstruction in case of severe acetabular injury, with risk of dislocation, especially postoperatively. Dual-mobility cups have proved effective in preventing dislocation in THA revision for instability, but their behavior when cemented in a metal reinforcement has been little studied. The present study assessed results for a dual-mobility cup cemented in a metal reinforcement, in terms of aseptic loosening and postoperative instabi...

Assessing the Wear Rates of the ADM/MDM Hips Using 3D X-ray Analysis

A common complication post hip replacement is hip dislocation or hip instability which can lead to the hip implants being revised. A new generation of Dual Mobility hips was designed to minimize hip dislocation/hip instability and polyethylene wear thus increasing the longevity of the hip prosthesis and reducing the number of re-operations for a patient. In this study we will be assessing 2 dual mobility hips manufactured by Stryker Orthopaedics Inc. The ADM and the MDM.

Dual Mobility Acetabular Cups in Revision TJA

The aim of this study is to the compare clinical outcomes of patients undergoing a revision total hip arthroplasty (THA) with the use of a dual mobility bearing versus a single bearing design with the use of a large femoral head (36mm or 40mm). We hypothesize the use of dual-mobility components in revision THA will be associated with a lower dislocation rate in the first year following surgery.

Prospective G7 Dual Mobility Total Hip PMCF

This is a prospective multi-center clinical evaluation following recipients of the G7 Dual Mobility hip device. The primary objective is to characterize survivorship of the G7 hip at five years post-index procedure. Secondary objectives include documentation of clinical outcomes, safety and radiographic data.

Dual-mobility Cups Compared to Unipolar Cups on Dislocation and Cost-effectiveness After Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty.

Objective: The primary objective is to investigate whether there is a difference in the number of hip dislocations following primary total hip arthroplasty (THA), using the posterolateral approach, with a DM cup compared to a unipolar cup in elderly patients 1 year after surgery. Study design: Prospective multi-center nation wide, single blinded RCT nested in the LROI. Study population: Patients >70 years old, undergoing an elective primary cemented THA.

The Influence of Dual Task and Gait Speed on Gait Variability in Patients With Chronic Ankle Instability

Case-control study to evaluate gait parameters during different conditions between patients who suffer from chronic ankle instability and healthy individuals.

Torsion of the Tibial Tuberosity, a New Factor for Patellar Instability?

Patellar instability (recurrent patellar dislocation) can occur at any age. It is most often seen in young subjects, especially among adolescents. It is commonly accompanied by anatomical factors. A new factor not described in bibliographic sources and characterized by an external toggle of the tibial tuberosity is frequently found in patients with patellar instability thanks to MRIs. This does not seem to be the case when there is no patellar pathology. A statistical study is ...

Color Stability of E.Max CAD Laminate Veneers Cemented With Light Cure Versus Dual Cure Amine Free Adhesive Resin Cement

Light curing cements used for laminate veneers may be not totally cured in certain areas, so dual cured resin cements may solve this problem yet the dual cured cements containing amines cause yellowish discoloration of the veneers after time. A new dual cured cement which is amine free is introduced so the investigators have to try it clinically using parallel groups in randomized clinical trial.


Dual Mobility in "High Risk" Patients

The aim of this study is to compare clinical outcomes of patients considered to be high risk for prosthetic dislocation undergoing primary total hip arthroplasty (THA) with the use of a dual mobility bearing versus a conventional, single bearing design.

Dual Mobility Cups in Hip Fracture Patients

Our aim is to develop a strategy that reduces the risk of dislocations after total hip arthroplasty surgery performed due to femoral neck fracture. We therefore perform a register-nested, pragmatic, randomized controlled trial to investigate the safety and efficacy of dual mobility cups that were designed to minimize the risk of dislocation in the large and fragile group of elderly patients with femoral neck fractures.

A Prospective Randomized Trial of Modular Dual Mobility Acetabular Components Versus Conventional Single Bearing Components in Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty

The aim of this study is to determine if the use of a modular dual mobility bearing is associated with clinically important increases in serum metal levels.

Locomotor Adaptation Training to Prevent Mobility Disability

This is an exploratory study designed to investigate the effects of aerobic dual belt treadmill walking versus traditional treadmill exercise on gait performance and functional capacity in older adults at risk for mobility disability. Identifying the relationship between aerobic treadmill exercise (dual belt or traditional) and the recovery of walking abilities will serve to optimize current rehabilitation approaches.

Medial Retinacular Plication Versus Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction for Recurrent Patellar Instability

The purpose of this study is to determine whether medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction results in superior functional outcomes compared to medial retinacular plication surgery in cases of recurrent patellar instability.

Comparison of Bipolar Hemiarthroplasty and Total Hip Arthroplasty With Dual Mobility Cup

This study is conducted with the aim to compare the functional outcome, rate of dislocation, complications and mortality after treatment of displaced neck of femur fracture with bipolar hemiarthroplasty or total hip arthroplasty with dual mobility cuff.

Prospective Randomized Study on Cemented Versus Non-Cemented Hemiarthroplasty in Elderly With Hip Fractures

The objective is to study the overall frequency and cumulative rate (during one year) of clinical morbidity (defined as any hospitalization without fatal outcome) and mortality in all consecutive patients undergoing HF surgery (pins and prosthetic implants) and compare this to the group of patients receiving prosthetic implants and further find out if there is a difference between the non-cemented and cemented groups. Between the same prosthetic groups, the investigators want ...

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...

A Prediction Model for Chronic Ankle Instability

Chronic ankle instability is a common problem that may follow an ankle sprain. Until a patient has developed chronic ankle instability they are ineligible for surgical treatment although early surgical treatment yields better results compared to surgical treatment of subjects that have experienced recurrent ankle sprains. However, treating all patients with an ankle sprain surgically is not an option due to the high amount of unnecessary invasive interventions. The objec...

Anterior Capsulo-labral Reinsertion by Arthroscopic Approach Versus Immobilization

The risk of recurrence and chronic instability after an initial episode of anterior glenohumeral dislocation is high, the risk is higher the younger the patient is. Most patients with recurrences develop this instability during the first 2 years. Several studies have shown that an initial arthroscopic surgical treatment (Bankart intervention) decreased the risk of recurrence and therefore of chronic instability, but this attitude is not usual in France and none randomized stu...

Cemented vs. Non-Cemented TSA for OA of the Shoulder

The purpose of the study is to investigate the fixation of the humeral component in total shoulder arthroplasty for primary osteoarthritis of the glenohumeral joint.Our hypothesis is that uncemented fixation of the humerus will result in better disease-specific quality of life, decreased incidence of radiographic loosening, decrease operative time and no increase in complications.

Factors Associated With Full Recovery After Surgical Repair of Shoulder Instability

Case control study to evaluate different factors (e.g muscle strength, psychological factors) that are associated with full recovery and functional status 6 months after surgical repair of shoulder instability.

Is There Increased Polyethylene Wear and Increased Periprosthetic Bone Loss in Femur in Reverse Hybrid Technique Compared With Conventional Cemented Technique in Total Hip Replacement?

Total hip replacement is a very cost effective procedure to enhance life quality in a group of patients. In the period 2000-2004 7-8000 procedures were preformed, 13% were revisions (1). Historically, many different principles have been used from the first resurfacings to cemented and uncemented total hip replacements as we know them today. In 2000, 28 different femoral stems and 26 different acetabular components were in regular use in Norway. There are several well-documented...

Migration in Total Hip Arthroplasty With a Cemented BiMobile Cup: Better Stability With More Cement?

Objective: The main objective of this study is to compare the (early) migration of the cemented BiMobile cup at two year post-surgery between two different cup sizes after standard optimal reaming, and consequently adjusting the cement mantle into circa 2 or 4 mm, in patients with a primary cemented total hip arthroplasty (THA). Additionally, the results of the BiMobile cup will be compared to the Avantage cup, which is placed with a standard cup size, resulting in a cement man...

A Comparison Between Titanium Femoral Stem and Cobalt-Chromium Femoral Stem in Cemented Hip Arthroplasty

In this randomised study, the migration of a specific cemented titanium femoral stem will be compared with a similar cemented cobalt-chromium stem using Roentgen stereogrammetric analysis (RSA). In addition, the periprosthetic bone mineral density (BMD) will be evaluated to point out any interference from the modulus of the stem investigated.

AVANTAGE® RELOAD Double Mobility Acetabular Cup -Clinical Study

This is a Post Marketing Clinical Follow Up study (PMCF) on the AVANTAGE RELOAD dual mobility system cup.

Effect of Single and Dual Task Training on Gait, Balance and Functional Mobility

Most of the daily life activities include dual task performance. Unlike conventional physiotherapy approaches, dual task training aims to improve both motor performance and cognitive performance at the same time. Geriatric rehabilitation approaches in Turkey; single task training (containing only motor performance) is applied to older adults for walking and balance disorders. Recent studies have shown gait parameters and balance abilities are influenced cognitive function and a...

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