Seeking Men and Women 18 years or older who are having an operation that will require the creation of a flap of tissue (where a piece of skin/muscle is taken from one part of the body and moved to another part), or because you have a traumatic degloving injury (an injury where the skin is torn away from the tissue underneath).
13 Studies found
Seeking men and women whose broken arms or legs will need to be treated with surgery for a study of what treatment practices best prevent infection.
This study is looking to compare different surgical options for treating patients with rectal cancer.
Seeking adults with rectal cancer requiring surgery for a study comparing an investigational surgery to the standard surgery technique
Seeking Men and Women 18-65 years old who have a fistula-in-ano that needs treatment.
Seeking men and women who will be undergoing abdominal surgery to remove part of their bowel (bowel resection surgery) for a study of an investigational drug to improve bowel function after surgery. We hope that the investigational drug will prevent a condition called postoperative ileus (POI) or postoperative gastrointestinal dysfunction (POGD).
Seeking men and women over the age of 18 who have been diagnosed with an aortic aneurysm (bulging of the vein that carries blood to your heart) that because of their anatomy can't be treated using an FDA-approved graft. This study would use endografts that are customized by the doctor to the anatomy of each patient to treat these complex aortic aneurysms.
Seeking men and women who take blood thinning medication and who will have Mohs surgery to remove skin cancer cells for a study of an investigational drug to reduce bleeding during surgery.
Adults aged 50 and older who have a planned abdominal, urologic, or other major surgery sought for a study on whether completing a walking exercise program before surgery improves surgical outcomes.
Seeking men and women who are planning spinal fusion surgery for a study comparing two methods of post-operative pain management.
Study Of An Investigational Drug To Improve Pain Management Following Total Shoulder Replacement Surgery
We are seeking men and women who will be undergoing total shoulder replacement surgery for a study comparing post-surgery pain between people who have the investigational drug added to the usual nerve block to people who just have the usual nerve block.
Seeking men and women who will be undergoing surgery or being cared for in an intensive care unit and who will require an intra-arterial catheter for a study of a investigational device similar to a wristwatch to continuously monitor blood pressure.
Seeking men and women aged 65 or older who have been discharged from the hospital within the past month for a survey of their health and use of healthcare following their discharge from the hospital.