Osteoarthritis, Hip

Publication Title: 
Annals of Internal Medicine

PURPOSE: To review the efficacy of nonmedicinal, noninvasive therapies in hip and knee osteoarthritis. DATA SOURCES: Search of English-language literature from 1966 through 1993 using MEDLINE by cross-referencing "osteoarthritis" (therapy subheadings) with "controlled trial," "comparative study," or "trial(s)." STUDY SELECTION: Fifteen controlled trials of diathermy (deep heat), exercise, acupuncture, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, topically applied capsaicin, low-energy laser, and pulsed electromagnetic fields were found.

Author(s): 
Puett, D. W.
Griffin, M. R.
Publication Title: 
JAMA

CONTEXT: Randomized controlled trials have been developed essentially in the context of pharmacological treatments (ie, oral drugs; intra-articular injection; and topical, intramuscular, and intravenous treatments), but assessment of the effectiveness of nonpharmacological treatments (ie, surgery, arthroscopy, joint lavage, rehabilitation, acupuncture, and education) presents specific issues.

Author(s): 
Boutron, Isabelle
Tubach, Florence
Giraudeau, Bruno
Ravaud, Philippe
Publication Title: 
Physical Therapy

An increasing number of systematic reviews are available regarding nonpharmacological and nonsurgical interventions for hip osteoarthritis (OA). The objectives of this article are to identify high-quality systematic reviews on the effect of nonpharmacological and nonsurgical interventions for hip OA and to summarize available high-quality evidence for these treatment approaches. The authors identified and screened 204 reviews. Two independent reviewers using a previously pilot-tested quality assessment form assessed the full text of 58 reviews.

Author(s): 
Moe, Rikke H.
Haavardsholm, Espen A.
Christie, Anne
Jamtvedt, Gro
Dahm, Kristin Thuve
Hagen, Kåre Birger
Publication Title: 
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage

PURPOSE: To develop concise, patient-focussed, up to date, evidence-based, expert consensus recommendations for the management of hip and knee osteoarthritis (OA), which are adaptable and designed to assist physicians and allied health care professionals in general and specialist practise throughout the world. METHODS: Sixteen experts from four medical disciplines (primary care, rheumatology, orthopaedics and evidence-based medicine), two continents and six countries (USA, UK, France, Netherlands, Sweden and Canada) formed the guidelines development team.

Author(s): 
Zhang, W.
Moskowitz, R. W.
Nuki, G.
Abramson, S.
Altman, R. D.
Arden, N.
Bierma-Zeinstra, S.
Brandt, K. D.
Croft, P.
Doherty, M.
Dougados, M.
Hochberg, M.
Hunter, D. J.
Kwoh, K.
Lohmander, L. S.
Tugwell, P.
Publication Title: 
The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews

BACKGROUND: Peripheral joint osteoarthritis is a major cause of pain and functional limitation. Few treatments are safe and effective. OBJECTIVES: To assess the effects of acupuncture for treating peripheral joint osteoarthritis. SEARCH STRATEGY: We searched the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (The Cochrane Library 2008, Issue 1), MEDLINE, and EMBASE (both through December 2007), and scanned reference lists of articles.

Author(s): 
Manheimer, Eric
Cheng, Ke
Linde, Klaus
Lao, Lixing
Yoo, Junghee
Wieland, Susan
van der Windt, Daniëlle Awm
Berman, Brian M.
Bouter, Lex M.
Publication Title: 
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage

OBJECTIVE: To update evidence for available therapies in the treatment of hip and knee osteoarthritis (OA) and to examine whether research evidence has changed from 31 January 2006 to 31 January 2009. METHODS: A systematic literature search was undertaken using MEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL, AMED, Science Citation Index and the Cochrane Library. The quality of studies was assessed. Effect sizes (ESs) and numbers needed to treat were calculated for efficacy. Relative risks, hazard ratios (HRs) or odds ratios were estimated for side effects. Publication bias and heterogeneity were examined.

Author(s): 
Zhang, W.
Nuki, G.
Moskowitz, R. W.
Abramson, S.
Altman, R. D.
Arden, N. K.
Bierma-Zeinstra, S.
Brandt, K. D.
Croft, P.
Doherty, M.
Dougados, M.
Hochberg, M.
Hunter, D. J.
Kwoh, K.
Lohmander, L. S.
Tugwell, P.
Publication Title: 
Physical Therapy

An increasing number of systematic reviews are available regarding nonpharmacological and nonsurgical interventions for hip osteoarthritis (OA). The objectives of this article are to identify high-quality systematic reviews on the effect of nonpharmacological and nonsurgical interventions for hip OA and to summarize available high-quality evidence for these treatment approaches. The authors identified and screened 204 reviews. Two independent reviewers using a previously pilot-tested quality assessment form assessed the full text of 58 reviews.

Author(s): 
Moe, Rikke H.
Haavardsholm, Espen A.
Christie, Anne
Jamtvedt, Gro
Dahm, Kristin Thuve
Hagen, Kåre Birger
Publication Title: 
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this narrative review was to highlight recent research in the rehabilitation of people with osteoarthritis (OA) by summarizing findings from selected key systematic reviews and randomized controlled trials (RCTs). METHODS: A systematic search was conducted using the PubMed, Physiotherapy Evidence Database (PEDro) and Cochrane databases from April 1st 2014 to March 31st 2015. A selection of these is discussed based on study quality, relevance, contribution to new knowledge or controversial findings.

Author(s): 
Bennell, K. L.
Hall, M.
Hinman, R. S.
Publication Title: 
Veterinary surgery: VS

OBJECTIVE: To determine the chronology of radiographic signs of canine hip dysplasia (CHD), specifically joint laxity and secondary osteoarthritis (OA). STUDY DESIGN: Longitudinal cohort study. ANIMALS: Paired littermates, 48 Labrador retrievers. METHODS: Conventional, ventrodorsal, hip-extended (HE) radiographs were evaluated yearly for CHD according to the subjective criteria of the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA). PennHIP screening was performed at 2 years of age to assess joint laxity by distraction index (DI).

Author(s): 
Smith, Gail K.
Lawler, Dennis F.
Biery, Darryl N.
Powers, Michelle Y.
Shofer, Frances
Gregor, Thomas P.
Karbe, Georga T.
McDonald-Lynch, Mischa B.
Evans, Richard H.
Kealy, Richard D.
Publication Title: 
International Orthopaedics

In Japan, the main reason for osteoarthritis of the hip joint is caused by dysplastic deformities. The implantation technique of cementless press-fit cup with multi-screw fixation and acetabular bone graft to reconstruct the true acetabular center is described. In addition, special design aspects of the BiCONTACT-N stem were optimized for these patients. Between January 1997 and December 1999, 29 patients (33 hips) received a BiCONTACT-N/Plasmacup-M total hip replacement. There were 28 women and one man. Average age at the time of THA of 64 (range 51-76) years.

Author(s): 
Dohmae, Youichirou

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