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NCT ID: NCT03944174 Not yet recruiting - Pelvic Fracture Clinical Trials

Single Trans-sacral Screw Versus Two Iliosacral Screws

Start date: June 2019
Study type: Observational

1. To compare Single Trans-sacral screw fixation vs. two Ilio-Sacral screws fixation as regard time for starting weight bearing. 2. To compare between functional outcome using the Majeed Pelvic Score.

NCT ID: NCT03943329 Not yet recruiting - Hip Fractures Clinical Trials

Trial of a Distal Targeting System for Cephalomedullary Nails as Part of Surgical Repair of Hip and Femoral Shaft Fractures

Start date: September 2019
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

This study will be a prospective, case - control trial looking at the use of a previously FDA approved device made by Stryker, a distal targeting system that eases the distal targeting of screws in cephalomedullary nails in hip and femoral shaft fractures. Patients who consent to participate in the study will either be in the control or device arm of the study depending on their surgeon.

NCT ID: NCT03941353 Not yet recruiting - Hip Fractures Clinical Trials

Care Pathways for Benchmarking on Fragile Hip Fractures Rapid Recovery

Start date: July 1, 2019
Study type: Observational

The aim of this project is to build an international community of centers of excellence in the care for Fragile Hip Fracture Rapid Recovery patients. These centers of excellence will benchmark and share their expertise and experiences based on clinical and managerial data. In project is designed in five different phase: Phase 1: literature review: identifying relevant key interventions and indicators Phase 2: expert panel: expert panel for teams, management and policy makers Phase 3: data collection: collection managerial data through retrospective patient record analysis on clinical indicators Phase 4: statistical data analysis: data input, validation and statistical analysis Phase 5: feedback and knowledge sharing: feedback report with anonymous benchmarking and knowledge sharing of the results.

NCT ID: NCT03923959 Not yet recruiting - Hip Fractures Clinical Trials

Evaluation of TXA Prior to Surgery in the Geriatric Hip Fracture Population

Start date: June 1, 2019
Phase: Phase 3
Study type: Interventional

The overall design of the study is a prospective, double-blinded, randomized study in the geriatric hip fracture population comparing those who receive intravenous tranexamic acid prior to incision to those who receive a placebo.

NCT ID: NCT03911180 Not yet recruiting - Clinical trials for Intertrochanteric Fractures

Pertrochanteric Fracture Fixation In Elderly Adults Using Proximal Femoral Nail Anti-rotation (HERACLES) With a T-shaped Parallel Blade: A New Design

Heracles PFN
Start date: May 1, 2019
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

This is a prospective case series of elderly adult patients sustaining pertrochanteric fractures who will be treated by a proximal femoral nail with a non-helical (straight) blade. This study seeks to observe and evaluate the outcomes, advantages and complication rates in using the HERACLES PFN with a non-helical (T-shaped parallel) blade.

NCT ID: NCT03906864 Completed - Hip Fractures Clinical Trials

Care Pathway for Sub-acute Hip Rehabilitation

Start date: September 8, 2004
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The effectiveness of integrated care pathways for hip fractures in sub-acute rehabilitation settings is not known. The study objective was to assess if a hip fracture integrated care pathway at a sub-acute rehabilitation facility would result in better functional outcomes, shorter length of stay and fewer institutionalisations. A randomised controlled trial on an integrated care pathway was conducted for hip fracture patients in a sub-acute rehabilitation setting. The study supports the use of integrated care pathways in sub-acute rehabilitation settings to reduce length of stay whilst achieving the same functional gains.

NCT ID: NCT03906032 Not yet recruiting - Hip Fractures Clinical Trials

Comparison of Sliding Hip Screw to Intra Medullary Nailing in the Treatment of Intertrochanteric Hip Fracture

Start date: April 2, 2019
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Shortening of the abductor lever arm is a particular concern with the SHS, and the resultant biomechanical alterations impairs gait, including decreased cadence and increased double support time on the injured side. The use of a IM nail device may stop this shortening and improve functional parameters in this patient cohort

NCT ID: NCT03894709 Active, not recruiting - Clinical trials for Cognitive Impairment

A Care Model for Elderly Hip-fractured Persons With Cognitive Impairment and Their Family Caregivers

Start date: January 1, 2015
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

This study aims to develop and examine an innovative family-centered intervention model for managing cognitive decline, improving postoperative recovery of hip-fractured patients with cognitive impairment, and enhancing family caregivers' competence in dementia care. This care model is theoretically underpinned by: (a) the Progressively Lowered Stress Threshold Model, a component of Lawton's ecological model of aging, and (b) the concept of partnership with family caregivers to strengthen their competence in providing care. Training are provided to family caregivers to enhance their competence in caring for hip-fractured patients with cognitive impairment. The effectiveness of the care model has been evaluated in a randomized controlled trial. The study was approved by the Institutional Review Board of Chang Gung Memorial Hospital. A protocol of the family-centered care model was developed, and the research nurses were trained to provide the interventions. A checklist, consisting of postoperative care, rehabilitation exercises, nutritional health teaching, environmental modification suggestions, delirium care, and care issues for elders with cognitive impairment, as well as management of behavioral problems, was also developed and are recorded by the research nurses. This report is based on data collected from 149 dyads of participants who were recruited by September 2018 and randomly assigned to either an experimental group (n=73) or a control group (n=76). No significant differences are found between experimental and control group in their demographic and clinical variables including age, gender, diagnosis, surgery type, the length of hospital stay, the cognitive functioning, marital status, and educational level, as well as the age and gender of family caregivers. The refusal rate this year is 73.6%. The main reasons for caregivers not participating are not needed and too busy or afraid of being interrupted. No significant differences are found in demographic variables (ie, age, gender, diagnosis, surgery method, and length of hospital stay) between those who participated and those who refused. Causes of the attrition includes that participants refused to participate any more (n=25), died (n=12), moved to another location (n=6), and loss of contact (n=3). Older persons who quit participating in the study are more younger (p=.021) and more are diagnosed with inter-/sub-trochanteric fracture (p=.015) as well as more are receiving internal fixation (p=.029). Outcome variables including patients' cognitive function, clinical measures, self-care ability, family caregivers' competence and preparedness, health service utilization, quality of life, and cost of care. In addition to the clinical effectiveness of the family-centered care model will be evaluated by hierarchical linear models at the end of this study.

NCT ID: NCT03887494 Not yet recruiting - Hip Fractures Clinical Trials

Study of the Impact of the Femoral Implant "Y-strut" on Lytic Bone Metastases of the Femoral Neck (WAZA-ARY)

Start date: April 15, 2019
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Bone metastases appear in many cancers. They are associated with severe pain that is refractory to standard treatment. Improving the quality of life and better pain relief is therefore an essential goal of the treatment of metastatic disease. The most common site of long bone metastases is the superior femoral epiphysis. The usual management of patients with bone metastases in the superior femoral epiphysis is based on gamma implant osteosynthesis when there is a known risk of fracture (Mirels score> 8). Nonetheless this surgery is only accessible to a few patients because of the associated morbidities. Percutaneous cementoplasty has been developed to treat patients who are not eligible for conventional surgery. It consists in a filling of the bone cavity created by metastasis using an acrylic resin. However, these approaches do not completely prevent the risk of upper femoral epiphyseal fracture due to the low mechanical resistance of the resin to shear movements. The Y-STRUT® implantable medical device was developed to overcome this risk of superior femoral epiphyseal fracture by the biomechanical strengthening of the proximal femur in addition to cementoplasty. It has been successfully tested in more than 70 patients with cancer but access to reimbursement and the APHP market have been postponed due to lack of sufficient clinical evidence. The investigators propose this prospective phase 2a study in order to provide evidence of the performance of the Y-STRUT® implant.

NCT ID: NCT03885739 Completed - Hip Fractures Clinical Trials

Continuous Pericapsular Nerve Group Block in Hip Fracture Patients

Start date: October 1, 2018
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Background— Despite clinical guidelines favoring surgical repair of hip fracture (HF) within 48 hours of injury, patients may wait considerable periods of time for their turn in the operating room. In this context, continuous nerve blocks are an attractive alternative for pain management. However, the ideal block technique is not yet defined. Recently a new ultrasound-guided approach for selective blockade of the articular branches to the hip, the PENG (Pericapsular Nerve Group) block, has been proposed with potentials advantages for perioperative hip fracture analgesia. Objective— To describe the analgesic efficacy and feasibility of continuous Pericapsular Nerve Group block (CPENGB) in patients with HF. Design—Interventional study. Setting—Academic Level 3 center. Methods— Two experienced anesthesiologist completed 15 sonographically guided Pericapsular Nerve Group (PENG) injections and catheter insertion in patients with severe pain awaiting HF surgery. Each injection consisted of 20 mL of local anesthetics followed by a 0.1% bupivacaine continuous infusion at a constant rate of 8 ml per hour. Pain at rest and on 15° leg lift of the fractured leg were assessed before procedure, 10 and 30 minutes after block performance, and each 24 hours until surgery. A reduction of severe or moderate dynamic pain to mild pain or no pain, and a pain relief of 2 (moderate) were clinically significant findings. To determine feasibility time and number of attempts to perform the procedure were measured.