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  • Outcomes and Return to Sport After Pectoralis Major Tendon Repair: A Systematic Review. [Journal Article]
  • SHSports Health 2018 Dec 13; :1941738118818060
  • Yu J, Zhang C, … Khan M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Pectoralis major tendon repair is an effective treatment that results in a high rate of return to sport and work, pain relief, and improved cosmetic appearance, albeit with a significant rate of complication. The evidence supporting all outcomes was limited by the rarity of the injury, the variable surgical techniques, and outcome assessment criteria.
  • Cannabidiol in the Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Case Series. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Altern Complement Med 2018 Dec 13
  • Elms L, Shannon S, … Lewis N
  • CONCLUSIONS: Administration of oral CBD in addition to routine psychiatric care was associated with PTSD symptom reduction in adults with PTSD. CBD also appeared to offer relief in a subset of patients who reported frequent nightmares as a symptom of their PTSD. Additional clinical investigation, including double-blind, placebo-controlled trials, would be necessary to further substantiate the response to CBD that was observed in this study.
  • Patients' expectations of osteotomies around the knee are high regarding activities of daily living. [Journal Article]
  • KSKnee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc 2018 Dec 12
  • Grünwald L, Angele P, … Saier T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patients' expectations of osteotomies around the knee are high in terms of capacity to work, pain relief, and restoring functions. The natural course of osteoarthritis and the potential need for conversion to TKA were underestimated by a substantial proportion of the study population. However, the expectation regarding survival rate is in line with the reported literature. The results of this study should assist surgeons in discussing realistic expectations when considering and counselling patients regarding osteotomies around the knee. This may help to clarify realistic expectations preoperatively and ultimately improve patients' satisfaction.
  • Penetration and efficacy of transdermal NSAIDs in a model of acute joint inflammation. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Pain Res 2018; 11:2809-2819
  • Baranowski DC, Buchanan B, … Araujo JA
  • CONCLUSIONS: DEL formulations of ibuprofen and celecoxib successfully introduced these NSAIDs into synovial fluid at concentrations similar to those observed in circulation. Furthermore, these formulations reduced symptoms of pain associated with acute inflammation. Oral and transdermally delivered NSAIDs have similar pain relief effects; therefore, a replacement or combinatorial treatment may provide a more stable pain relief profile. In conclusion, this work supports further investigation of TD products in the treatment of regional inflammatory events.
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