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The purpose

Pelvic fractures in which integrate the acetabulum fractures represent a risk of traumatic injury to the sciatic nerve trunk by stretching or section (1): Judet and Letournel reported a complication rate of around 6% (1). Fractures of the acetabulum strictly speaking are also providers of neurological complications with rates, significant, have recently been precisely detailed by a cohort study published by Lehmann et al. (2): In a series of 2073 patients, the authors reported an overall complication rate of neurological related to the initial trauma of the order of 4%. In this series, 1395 patients were operated with a rate of iatrogenic neurological complications of 2 to 3%. Regarding the first routes (and therefore the types of fractures), the Kocher-Langenbeck path is the path that leads to the greatest number of neurological complications: 3 to 4% in this series (2). However, this cohort study does not specify what truncal achievement it is. Obviously violations posterior acetabular are preferentially providers of sciatic injury while violations prior acetabular are more providers of obturator or femoral lesions. But this is not always the case. Moreover, this study does not specify the type or severity of neurological involvement.

Provided treatments

  • Device: Neurophysiological MONITORING

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Tris trial is registered with FDA with number: NCT02896439. The sponsor of the trial is Groupe Hospitalier Paris Saint Joseph and it is looking for 35 volunteers for the current phase.
Official trial title:
Protocol for Evaluation Effectiveness Monitoring Neurophysiological Per-operative in Surgery Traumatic Acetabular