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02:39 EST 14th November 2018 | BioPortfolio

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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 ...


Knee Articular Cartilage Debridement in Conjunction With Partial Meniscectomy

The purpose of this post-marketing surveillance study is to determine the proportion of study participants who demonstrate tissue stability, as seen using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), at the site of partial thickness articular cartilage defect on the femoral condyle observed during arthroscopy 6 months earlier and treated using one of three standard clinical methods.

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Characterizing Knee Pain and Response to Surgery Using Local Biomarkers

The diagnosis and monitoring of clinically-significant pathologies of the knee remains challenging, and it is unknown why only some injuries become painful or respond to surgical intervention. The limitations of diagnostic magnetic resonance imaging result in arthroscopy that is not always beneficial. Elucidation of biochemical pathways underlying pain in this condition may aid patient selection for surgery and provide pharmacotherapeutic targets. Cytokines or a novel yet uncha...


Surgery Versus no Surgery for OA of the Knee

The purpose of this trial is to evaluate the effectiveness of arthroscopy (lavage and debridement) in conjunction with the best available non-surgical treatment versus the best available non-surgical treatment alone (medication, health education and physical therapy) in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee.

Early Outcomes of Radical Debridement Versus no Debridement Under Different Surgical Procedures

Whether radical debridement is necessary for the treatment of thoracic and lumbar tuberculosis is still questionable. The objective of this prospective randomized study was to compare the outcomes of radical debridement versus no debridement under different surgical procedures for the treatment of thoracic and lumbar tuberculosis.

Periacetabular Osteotomy With Versus Without Adjunctive Hip Arthroscopy

Although evidence is amassing regarding the role of intra-articular pathology in the surgical management of adolescents and adults with hip dysplasia, the optimal method of detection and especially management of this pathology remains unclear. No studies exist to compare clinical outcomes and hip survival between arthroscopy and arthrotomy in patients with mechanical hip pain undergoing periacetabular osteotomy (PAO) for dysplasia, and this is what the investigators aim to achi...

ALGRX 4975 in the Treatment of Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is a painful condition that results from repetitive arm movement with overuse of muscles, e.g. when playing tennis. A single injection of ALGRX 4975 has the potential to reduce pain for a period of weeks to months. This study will test the efficacy and safety of ALGRX 4975 in the treatment of patients with tennis elbow.

Assessment of Arthroscopy in Patients Undergoing Wrist Fracture

The use of arthroscopy with the surgery of wrist fractures has a great health and economic impact (prolongs the time of surgery, requires adequately trained personnel, increases the time and surgical expenses and the risk of complications, however, in return ameliorate the prognosis and improves the functional recovery). There are few clinical trials showing a sufficient level of evidence in comparing the results of the surgical treatment of these fractures with volar plate and...

HTO With and Without Arthroscopy

It remains unknown if a concomitant arthroscopic knee debridement would increase the benefits of surgery (quality of life and functional ability) for young active patients with medial compartment OA of the knee and varus alignmen. This additional procedure has a low incidence of morbidity and would potentially allow for treatment of meniscal tears and articular damage, as well as joint lavage to remove debris and inflammatory factors. A trial is needed to determine whether HT...

Viscosupplementation in the Hip Following Hip Arthroscopy

Hip arthroscopy is a rapidly evolving procedure that has seen an exponential increase in the number of cases performed yearly. With hip arthroscopy still in its infancy in relation to knee and shoulder arthroscopy, there are still many questions yet to be answered. Axioms that were once thought to be true regarding indications and treatment for hip arthroscopy are continually being revised. As with the knee and shoulder before it, the hip is now graduating into treatment ave...

Regional Anesthesia in Hip Arthroscopy

The purpose of this research is to determine differences in outcomes in patients who receive regional anesthesia (a fascia iliaca block) versus placebo prior to undergoing hip arthroscopy with labral repair and/or debridement and osteoplasty for hip impingement.

Comparison Between Type A Botulinum Toxin Injection and Corticosteroid Injection in the Treatment of Tennis Elbow

Humeral lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow is a common painful elbow disorder. The cause of tennis elbow is the chronic overload of bone-tendon junction. High prevalence of tennis elbow has a direct impact on the workplace productivity and quality of life. Steroid injection is the very few methods proved to have short-term efficacy in tennis elbow treatment, but it has potential adverse effects like tendon rupture. Temporary paralysis of muscle after botulinum toxin injectio...

Arthroscopic Surgical Procedures vs Sham Surgery for Patients With Femoroacetabular Impingement and/or Labral Tears.

The primary aim of this study is to determine the efficacy of hip arthroscopic surgery compared to a sham surgery (diagnostic arthroscopy only) for patients with symptomatic and radiological findings related to impingement (FAI) and/or labral tears using a randomized controlled design (HIPARTI Study: Primary aim and the main paper: primary end point: iHOT 1 year follow-up)). Our main hypothesis is that surgical procedures of the hip will demonstrate greater efficacy than...

Less Infections for the Diabetic Foot

This is a randomized, unblinded, single-centre study. After eventual surgical debridement (not amputation), patients will be randomized to receive 1 of 2 targeted antibiotic regimens, in the ratio 1:1. For diabetic toe osteomyelitis, the patients will be randomized between a 3 and a 6 week's arm, for soft tissue infections between 10 and 20 days. The final assessments used in the primary efficacy analysis will be obtained at the test-of-cure (TOC) visit approximately 60 ...

Spinal Mepivicaine With Fentanyl for Outpatient Knee Arthroscopy

The purpose of this study is to determine if the addition of intrathecal fentanyl to low dose mepivacaine spinal anesthesia provides adequate surgical anesthesia with shorter duration of motor blockade. It is hypothesized that lower doses of spinal mepivacaine when combined with fentanyl will result in adequate surgical block for knee arthroscopy surgery with faster recovery and discharge compared to mepivacaine alone.

Radiofrequency-Based Debridement vs. Mechanical Debridement for the Treatment of Articular Cartilage Lesions

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the changes in clinical and imaging outcomes following arthroscopic treatment of chondral lesion(s) by Radiofrequency-Based debridement or Mechanical Debridement in subjects 18-50 years of age.

Cigar Box Arthroscopy: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Comparison of success rates of novice surgeons to attain proficiency in basic arthroscopy skills after receiving prior training with different simulation systems.

Periacetabular Osteotomy With and Without Arthroscopic Management of Central Compartment Pathology

Hip dysplasia is a developmental abnormality of the acetabulum (hip socket) that causes abnormal stresses inside the hip joint and leads to painful arthritis at a young age. Many patients develop painful symptoms in their hip before advanced arthritis occurs. The periacetabular osteotomy (PAO) is a surgical procedure that reorients the acetabulum to reduce the stresses inside the hip joint. The PAO is very effective at improving symptoms and quality of life. However, some pati...

Sampling Biomarkers in Meniscus Injury to the Knee

The diagnosis of clinically-significant meniscal tears of the knee remains challenging, and it is unknown why only some injuries become painful. The limitations of diagnostic magnetic resonance imaging result in arthroscopy that is not always beneficial. Elucidation of biochemical pathways underlying pain in this condition may aid patient selection for surgery and provide pharmacotherapeutic targets. Cytokines may be involved in pain following meniscus injury and diagnostic cyt...

Use of TPD Heat Lamp for Tennis Elbow Pain - a Randomized-Controlled Trial

Tennis elbow (Lateral epicondylitis) is a common condition seen in Family Medicine that gives rise to pain, and can lead to loss of function and time off work. The normal treatment for tennis elbow pain is oral pain relief medication (analgesia), and/or physiotherapy, local massage or even surgery. In mainland China, tennis elbow pain has also been treated using TDP © Heat-lamp therapy, and is considered to be an effective treatment for this condition. This study is a ...

Study of the Efficacy of Sharp Debridement for the Management of Chronic Wounds

Standard care of care and up to twelve (12) weekly debridements. Subjects randomized into the weekly debridement group will receive up to twelve (12) debridement during the twelve (12) weeks of the study. There will be two (2) subject groups in the study. Subjects will be randomized into either the monthly debridement group or the weekly debridement group.

Capsula Closure vs. Non-Capsula Closure: Hip Arthroscopy in Danish Patients With Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether patients undergoing surgical treatment (hip arthroscopy) of FAI syndrome will positively benefit from capsular closure, in terms of higher scores in validated patient reported outcome measurements, compared to a Group of patients with FAI syndrome where the capsule is left open at the end of the surgical procedure.

The Effect of Draping on Swelling in Shoulder Arthroscopy

Strategies to minimize soft tissue swelling during shoulder arthroscopy are constantly sought after. The investigators propose an unfamiliar method which may reduce tissue swelling during shoulder arthroscopy.

Corticosteroid and Lidocain Injections for Tennis Elbow

The investigators hypothesized that lidocain injection is as effective as corticosteroid injection in management of tennis elbow, and if so, it may replace corticosteroid injection in the management of tennis elbow.

Preliminary Study of Feasibility of Arthrodesis Scapula-humeral Under Arthroscopy

Arthrodesis shoulder blade/humerus under arthroscopy. Implementation of an external fixative spray at the proximal level in the thorn of the scapula and distal in the diaphysis humerus.


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