Evolution with NitrX Total Knee Arthroplasty system for Radiostereometric Analysis
This trial compares knee implants used in total knee arthroplasty surgery to see if one type (with added coating) is more stable and reduces metal hypersensitivity reactions. 50 patients are involved, with x-rays, MR imaging & blood draws to measure metal levels.
- Radiostereometric Analysis
- Total Knee Replacement
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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To what demographic is enrollment for this trial open?
"To meet the criteria for this trial, individuals must have been diagnosed with osteoarthritis and between 21-80 years of age. Fifty people will be accepted into the study in total."
Does the enrollment criteria for this clinical study extend beyond 30 years of age?
"The age bracket for applicants of this clinical trial is set between 21 and 80. For those outside that range, there are 36 studies available to under-18s and 694 trials open to individuals above 65."
Are there any vacancies for research participants in this experiment?
"As per the details on clinicaltrials.gov, this research venture is still recruiting applicants. It was first made public on August 1st 2022 and recently revised on May 29th 2023."
How many participants can the trial accommodate?
"Affirmative. Clinicaltrials.gov supports this, affirming that the clinical trial was first advertised on August 1st 2022 and has recently been updated as of May 29th 2023. The study is currently accepting 50 patients for enrollment at one medical facility."