Title:

Can iPhone Gait Metrics Be Used to Benchmark Functional Recovery After Ankle Fracture- A proff on concept pilot

Investigators:

Daniel C. Fitzpatrick, MD; Mike Hahn, PhD- University of Oregon; Erin C. Owen, PhD, MPH; Nicholas Strasser, MD

Funding:

None- Investigator Initiated

Project Period:

2021

Summary:

The purpose of our study pilot is to establish proof-of-concept regarding the Apple iPhone’s ability to delineate between different stages of functional recovery after ankle fracture by capturing historical iPhone gait metrics data from adults with ankle fracture and from a normal, healthy population.

 

Title:

Food Insecurity in Orthopedic Trauma Patients

Investigators:

Daniel C. Fitzpatrick, MD

Funding:

None- Investigator Initiated

Project Period:

2021-2022

Summary:

The purpose of our study is to examine the factor associated with food insecurity in orthopedic trauma patients.

 

Title:

Survivorship and Clinical Outcomes of Total Elbow Arthroplasty Using the Zimmer Nexel Total Elbow System

Investigators:

Daniel C. Fitzpatrick, MD

Funding:

Zimmer Biomet

Project Period:

2021-2022

Summary:

Evaluate the clinical outcomes of Zimmer Nexel Total Elbow System using clinical and radiographic data.

 

Title:

Global Multicenter, and Prospective Post-Market Clinical Follow-Up Study of the G7 Acetabular System with Vivacit-E and Longevity Highly Crosslinked Polyethylene (HXPLE) Liners & Instrumentation.

Investigators:

Steven N. Shah, MD

Funding:

Zimmer Biomet

Project Period:

2021-2033

Summary:

Evaluate the clinical outcomes of the G7 Acetabular System with Vivacit-E and Longevity Highly Crosslinked Polyethylene (HXPLE) Liners & Instrumentation using clinical and radiographic data.

 

 

Title:

Outcomes of Shoulder Arthroplasty Using a DePuy Total or Hemi Shoulder System

Investigators:

Rudolf G. Hoellrich, MD

Funding:

DePuy Synthes

Project Period:

2019 - 2021

Summary:

Evaluate the clinical outcomes of a series of DePuy total and hemi arthroplasty shoulder replacements and revisions using clincial and radiographic data

 

 

Title:

Nutrition Interventions to Improve Clinically Relevant Outcomes after Femoral Fragility Fracture

Investigators:

Mike Willey, MD; Univerysity of Iowa

Daniel C. Fitzpatrick, MD; Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

Funding:

University of Iowa Institue for Clinical Translational Science (ICTS) and the Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA)

Project Period:

2021 - 2023

Summary:

Learn more about the role that nutrition plays in the healing of femoral fragility fractures in adults 65 and older who require surgery to fix their fracture

 

Title:

    INFINITY with ADAPTIS Technology Total Ankle Replacement 

Investigators:

Lyle T. Jackson, MD; Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

Funding:

Wright Medical Group

Project Period:

2021 - 2035

Summary:

Evaluate outcomes of  the Wright INFINITY with ADAPTIS Technology Total Ankle Replacement using clinical and radiographic data.

 

Title:

Redefining “value” in the treatment of distal radius fractures.

Investigators:

Jason Tavakolian, MD; Erin Owen, MPH

Partner(s):

Oregon State University College of Public Health & Human Sciences; the Institute for Patient- and Family-Centered Care

Funding:

Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

Project Period:

Planning stage

Summary:

Distal radius fractures account for nearly one-fifth of all fractures in the United States. There exists debate regarding the treatment of closed fractures – cast or surgical intervention? Yet, currently published studies on patient-reported outcomes suggest variability in “success” following intervention has not been fully described using currently available tools. To better define what patients value in distal radius fracture treatment and rehabilitation, we will form a patient and family advisory committee to redefine the value equation.

 

Title:

Multi-center ACL revision study (MARS)

Investigators:

Brick Lantz, MD and Rudolf Hoellrich, MD

Partner(s):

MARS investigator group; Vanderbilt University, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS)

Project Period:

2008 – current

Summary:

The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of modifiable risk factors on patient-reported quality of life, physical activity levels, and risk of early osteoarthritis following revision anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction.

The investigators hypothesize that modifiable variables exist at the time of revision ACL reconstruction (e.g., cause of failure, current graft source and type, surgical exposure, and femoral and tibial tunnel position) which will be predictors of patient-reported outcomes.

 

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