Randomized, Controlled Trial of Needleless Jet Injected (J-Tip) Lidocaine in Children Undergoing Regional Anesthesia prior to knee arthroscopy.
Clinical Trial Information
Trial Contact: See Principal Investigator
IRB No: 14.099.08
Protocol Abbrev: J-Tip
Principal Investigator: Daryl Christopher Osbahr, MD
Sub Investigators: Zelaya, Mario MD; Wicks, Eric MD; King, Stephanie, ARNP
Phase: Device: Non-significant Risk
Age Group: Pediatric
Secondary Protocol No: J-Tip
Treatment: J-Tip for the delivery of lidocaine verses needle and syringe as pre-anesthesia for the placement of the nerve block prior to knee arthroscopy.
Applicable Disease Sites: Knee
Therapies Involved: Procedural
ClinicalTrials.gov ID: NCT02649322
The primary objective is to measure the change in pain from a femoral or sciatic nerve block with the use of J-tip injected lidocaine compared to needle injected lidocaine for local anesthesia prior to the regional nerve block.
Subjects between 11 and 17 years old so require arthroscopic knee surgery.