STREAM Study

This study will examine the reliability, validity and responsiveness of the PROMIS tools for clinical research following orthopaedic trauma.

 

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TAOS Study

The primary objective of this study is to compare levels of impairment and functional outcomes for patients undergoing a transtibial amputation and randomized to receive an endbearing tibia-fibula synostosis (Ertl procedure) versus a standard posterior flap procedure (Burgess procedure).

 

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TCC Study

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of Trauma Collaborative Care (TCC) in improving outcomes for patients with severe orthopaedic trauma.

 

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Vanco Study

The primary objective of this study is to compare the proportion of deep surgical site infections within 6 months in patients treated with local Vancomycin powders compared to those treated without local Vancomycin powder.

 

Read more about the Vanco study here.