CTR-US for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
This trial will compare two different types of carpal tunnel surgery to see which is more effective and has fewer complications.
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- CT Scan
Inclusion CriteriaYou will be eligible if you check “Yes” for the criteria below
Study ObjectivesOutcome measures can provide a clearer picture of what you can expect from a treatment.
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Frequently Asked Questions
In how many distinct locations is this experiment being carried out?
"University of Mississippi in Jackson, Tri-State Orthopaedics in Evansville and Sierra Orthopedic Institute based out of Sonora are among the dozen trial sites currently recruiting patients for this medical study."
What are the primary aims of this clinical investigation?
"Sonex Health, Inc., the trial sponsor, has declared that this study's primary objective will be monitored over a 3 month period and is centered on the time it takes for participants to return to their regular routine. Additionally, secondary outcomes such as BCTQ-FSS Change (the mean difference in between-group change scores), BCTQ-SSS Change (the mean difference in between group SSS change score) and Numeric Pain Scale Change (mean differences in pain scale changes scored from 0 to 10 with zero indicating no pain and ten being worst possible pain) shall be tracked."
Are there openings in this clinical trial for participants right now?
"As of now, this clinical trial is enrolling patients. The study was originally published on July 26th 2022 and its information has been edited as recently as November 15th 2022."
How many subjects are participating in the research project?
"That is correct. According to the information available on clinicaltrials.gov, this research study began enrolling participants in July of 2022 and is still actively recruiting as of November 15th 2022. 120 patients must be recruited from 12 different locations for it to move forward with its intended goals."