Others titles

  • Management of Hip Fractures in the Elderly
  • AAOS Guidelines on Hip Fracture Management
  • Regional Analgesia Versus Control: Pain for Hip Fractures
  • Regional Analgesia Versus Control Pain for the Management of Elderly Hip Bone Fractures
  • Regional Analgesia Versus Control Pain for the Management of Elderly Hip and Neck of Femur Fractures
  • Regional Analgesia Versus Control Pain for the Management of Elderly Hip and Femoral Neck Fractures
  • Regional Analgesia Versus Control Pain for the Management of Elderly Hip Fractures and Fracture Symptoms

Keywords

  • Hip Fractures
  • Preoperative Regional Analgesia for Hip Fractures
  • Hip Fractures in the Elderly
  • Regional Analgesia Versus Control
  • Hip Bone Fracture
  • Neck of Femur
  • Femoral Neck Fractures
  • Fracture Symptoms

Regional Analgesia VS Pain Control Management of Elderly Hip Fractures

This dataset shows strong evidence that supports regional analgesia versus control or improvement of preoperative pain in patients with hip fracture.

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Description

Six studies inclusive of 593 patients used a prospective randomized clinical trial design to assess the effect of regional analgesia in reducing preoperative pain after hip fracture upon presentation to the emergency department (Fletcher et al 10, Foss et al 11, Haddad et al 12, Monzon et al 13, Mouzopoulos et al, and Yun et al 15).
These studies all used a technique of administration of a local anesthetic that results in temporary loss of nerve function in the fascia iliaca or femoral compartment of the injured hip. In each study the patients who received this agent reported significant reduction in reported preoperative pain on a visual analog scale.

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Data Info

Date Created

2014-09-05

Last Modified

2014-09-05

Version

2014-09-05

Update Frequency

Never

Temporal Coverage

1995 to 2010

Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS);

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Keywords

Hip Fractures, Preoperative Regional Analgesia for Hip Fractures, Hip Fractures in the Elderly, Regional Analgesia Versus Control, Hip Bone Fracture, Neck of Femur, Femoral Neck Fractures, Fracture Symptoms

Other Titles

Management of Hip Fractures in the Elderly, AAOS Guidelines on Hip Fracture Management, Regional Analgesia Versus Control: Pain for Hip Fractures, Regional Analgesia Versus Control Pain for the Management of Elderly Hip Bone Fractures, Regional Analgesia Versus Control Pain for the Management of Elderly Hip and Neck of Femur Fractures, Regional Analgesia Versus Control Pain for the Management of Elderly Hip and Femoral Neck Fractures, Regional Analgesia Versus Control Pain for the Management of Elderly Hip Fractures and Fracture Symptoms

Data Fields

Name Description Type Constraints
StudyDescription of the previous studies used in this research.stringrequired : 1
OutcomeDescription of the reported outcomes from the participants in the research study.stringrequired : 1
DurationDescription of the duration of the peak length of time for the effect of the regional analgesia.stringrequired : 1
Group_1Description of the methods used for the administration of the regional anesthesia in the first group.stringrequired : 1
Group_2Description of the methods used for the administration of the regional anesthesia in the second group.stringrequired : 1
Population_SizeShows the number of participants or population size in a certain group that received the regional anesthesia.integerlevel : Ratio
StatisticDescription of the measurable characteristic of a sample population.string-
ResultResults of the study.numberlevel : Ratio
ProbabilityEffectiveness of the result based on the hypothesis of the study.numberlevel : Ratio
Study_P_ValueStatistical significance of the results of the study.string-
FavorsDescription of which method is more effective.stringrequired : 1

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StudyOutcomeDurationGroup 1Group 2Population SizeStatisticResultProbabilityStudy P ValueFavors
Foss et al 2007Block Success (Max Pain Relief)ImmediateFascia Iliaca Compartment Blockade (FICB)Systemic Morphine48Risk ratio16.00.01Favors FICB
Foss et al 2007Received Supplementary OpioidsImmediateFascia Iliaca Compartment Blockade (FICB)Systemic Morphine48Risk ratio1.01.0NS
Foss et al 2007Pain on 15° Leg MovementImmediateFascia Iliaca Compartment Blockade (FICB)Systemic Morphine48p= 1.00NS
Foss et al 200710 pt VRS Pain on repositioning pt in bedImmediateFascia Iliaca Compartment Blockade (FICB)Systemic Morphine48p= 0.18NS
Foss et al 20075 pt VRS Overall pain relief30 minFascia Iliaca Compartment Blockade (FICB)Systemic Morphine48p= 0.09NS
Foss et al 200710 pt VRS Maximum pain relief at restImmediateFascia Iliaca Compartment Blockade (FICB)Systemic Morphine48p< 0.01Favors FICB
Foss et al 2007Maximum pain relief on movement elicited painImmediateFascia Iliaca Compartment Blockade (FICB)Systemic Morphine48p= 0.02Favors FICB
Foss et al 20074 pt VRS Overall Pain Relief at Rest (30 min after block placement)30 minFascia Iliaca Compartment Blockade (FICB)Systemic Morphine48NRNR
Foss et al 200710 pt VRS Pain on 15 deg leg lift30 minFascia Iliaca Compartment Blockade (FICB)Systemic Morphine48p= 0.32NS
Foss et al 200710 pt VRS Pain on 15 deg leg lift60 minFascia Iliaca Compartment Blockade (FICB)Systemic Morphine48p= 0.06NS