Orthopedic Clinical Trials

Longitudinal Psychometric Evaluation of a Novel Patient-Reported Measure to Assess Physical Functioning Following Hip Fracture Repair

This study will evaluate the measurement properties of the Hip Fracture Impact Profile (HIP) in a population of patients recovering from surgical repair of a minimal-trauma hip fracture.

Currently enrolling

Who may be eligible to participate?
Adults 60 years of age or older who underwent surgical repair for a minimal-trauma hip fracture within the past 2 to 6 weeks and who are willing and able to participate in a longitudinal study for 25 weeks. Participants must be fluent in English.

What does participation involve?
Following a single in-person study visit, participants will be asked to complete a series of multiple-choice, paper-based questionnaires at six more time points at home (at week 4, week 8, week 12, week 12.5, week 24, and week 25). These questionnaires will ask about a participant’s physical functioning in regard to his/her hip fracture repair.

Participants will mail in their questionnaires using pre-paid shipping labels and mailing materials.

Investigator: Christopher Boone, MD, EvergreenHealth Medical Center; BBJP Orthopedics

For More Information: Sudeshna Ray - 425.899.5361 / SuRay@evergreenhealth.com 

Study of Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) Utilizing Computer Assisted Surgery (CAS) and MIS Techniques

The objective of this observational study is to assess outcomes following Total Knee Arthroplasty, utilizing MIS computer assisted techniques in normal risk and high-risk patients. Data will be collected at preoperative, operative, discharge, and 2-month postoperative intervals in patients who consent being on this study.

Currently Enrolling

InvestigatorCraig McAllister, MD

For More Information: Shalom Kilcup – 425.899.5369 skilcup@evergreenhealth.com

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