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You can access this
clinical trial
if you have
Orthopedic Surgery
and you are
over 18
years old
The phase for this study is not defined.
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The purpose

Arthroplastic hip surgery "fast-track" the subject of increasing interest and reduces the average length of stay and improve patient satisfaction. This fast circuit implemented in many schools uses dedicated inpatient units, preoperative patient education in multidisciplinary groups (including physiotherapists, nurses, rehabilitation doctors and surgeons), an analgesia protocol multimodal and a network dedicated to the outlet (1.2). The investigators working hypothesis is that the mere realization of a preoperative visit a week before the intervention would reduce the average length of stay for all patients with a target of two nights (instead of 7.5 days currently) (3) to reduce the use of SSR during hospitalization. This consultation would serve to explain to the patient the early course of care, give advice and help to anticipate acts for its release "post-operative" as, for example, contact a physical therapist and a nurse or check to their community pharmacy if their heparin stock is enough and to answer any questions (Appendix 2: early information given to the patient consultation J-8). The investigators protocol is inspired by the one already in place for outpatient PTH and PTH 1 night but invariably apply to all patients for whom a home is considered output.

Provided treatments

  • Procedure: medical consultation 8 days before surgery
Tris trial is registered with FDA with number: NCT02771041. The sponsor of the trial is Groupe Hospitalier Paris Saint Joseph and it is looking for 0 volunteers for the current phase.
Official trial title:
Prospective Randomized Assessment of the Influence of Early Preoperative Consultation on Satisfaction and the Average Length of Stay of Patients Who Underwent Total Hip Arthroplasty