FDA approves store brand equivalent of Voltaren
The FDA has approved an abbreviated new drug application from Perrigo for an over-the-counter store brand equivalent of Voltaren, according to a company press release. The...
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Tanezumab: A Win as Last-Ditch Osteoarthritis Tx
]]> - A phase III study of the nerve growth factor and monoclonal antibody tanezumab showed positive results in a refractory patient population with knee or hip osteoarthritis...
2 days ago - MedPage Today
AAOS, Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation recognize work of Braden C. Fleming, PhD
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons announced Braden C. Fleming, PhD, received the Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation Clinical Research Award for more than...
3 days ago - Healio
Hip Muscle Strengthening for Knee Osteoarthritis: A Systematic Review of Literature
Background and Purpose: Osteoarthritis of the knee joint results in chronic pain and functional decline among older adults. Hip muscle weakness has been observed in persons...
5 days ago - LWW - 3 articles
Researchers find new strategy for developing tissue regeneration scaffolds
In Japan, an increase in the aging population has exacerbated the demand for regenerative medicine to address increasingly common diseases, such as knee osteoarthritis.
6 days ago - News Medical
Inflammatory, metabolic factors may be associated with concurrent hand OA, rotator cuff tears
Patients with hand osteoarthritis with higher serum high-sensitive C-reactive protein and low HDL levels may have a higher prevalence of concurrent rotator cuff tears...
10 days ago - Healio
Thumb carpometacarpal joint osteoarthritis- is there a role for denervation? A systematic review
Thumb carpometacarpal osteoarthritis is a common problem. Joint denervation presents a number of theoretical advantages over more traditional surgical options; it is minimally...
20 days ago - Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
Diabetes increases knee OA pain intensity, worsens mental health
Patients with knee osteoarthritis demonstrated higher average pain intensity and worse physical and mental health if they also have diabetes, according to data published in...
20 days ago - Healio
Physicians showed ‘modest' adherence to AAOS clinical practice guidelines for knee OA
One orthopedic clinic found “modest” adherence to American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Clinical Practice Guideline recommendations for nonarthroplasty treatment of knee...
20 days ago - Healio
Conversion of metal-on-metal THA to dual mobility implant may yield lower complication rate
Published results showed failed monoblock metal-on-metal total hip arthroplasty may benefit from limited revision with conversion to a dual mobility implant, which may yield...
21 days ago - Healio - 2 articles
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Check Out the Revised Guidelines on COVID-19 Face Mask
CDC has revised its guidelines on COVID-19 face masks and is now recommending everyone voluntarily wear fabric or cloth coverings while in public to prevent spread of the...
Coronavirus UK: Death toll hits 5,373 as 439 die in England
Updated statistics from NHS England come as Prime Minister Boris Johnson remains in hospital after going in for tests last night because he has had a fever for 10 days.
Coronavirus UK: NHS could scrap ALL organ transplants
NHS Blood and Transplant has already written to UK hospitals asking that they cut the number of potential donors by almost 50 per cent. But it admitted it may need to scrap all...
Coronavirus UK: Current antibody test kits 'only 50% accurate'
Professor Sir John Bell, from the University of Oxford, said no tests bought so far by the Government had been accurate enough to consider rolling out to the public.
Doctors worldwide say malaria drug is the best coronavirus treatment
Physicians' online platform Sermo asked doctors around the world about range of coronavirus topics. They said US test times lag behind other countries, and most expect a second...
Antiviral Heading to Trial Offers Hope for COVID-19 Patients
Scientists are hopeful that a new drug named EIDD-2801 could change the way doctors treat patients with COVID-19.
Why a simple Post-it note may save YOUR life
We're all aware of the official advice. But could we be doing more to boost our wellbeing, shore up our mental health and protect ourselves during the pandemic?
Coronavirus Germany: Outbreak peaks at under 1,500 deaths
Data collated by the World Health Organization shows Germany, Spain and Italy's outbreaks of the deadly virus is slowing down, or at least stabilising.
The coronavirus death lag explained: How it can take weeks for fatality to...
Due to the lag, the number of people dying in hospital with coronavirus in the UK is still doubling every three-and-a-half days despite confirmed cases and hospitalisations...
Magnetic Brain Stimulation can Relieve Severe Depression
New form of magnetic brain stimulation rapidly can relieve symptoms of severe depression in 90 percent of patients in a small study.