Closed Reduction Of Operative Distal Radius Fractures: Is It Necessary?A Prospective, Controlled Trial
Clinical Trial Information
Trial Contact: Harriott, Paula
Trial Phone: 321.841.3867
IRB No: 16.119.09
Protocol Abbrev: CRDR
Principal Investigator: Kenneth J Koval, MD
Sub Investigators: Haidukewych, George MD; Koval, Kenneth MD; Kupiszewski, Stanley MD; Langford, Joshua MD; Lewellyn, Brett MD; Papa, Linda MD; Brown, Bryan MD; Welsh, Matthew, MD; Ganesh, Devin MD; Gibson, Mary Elizabeth MD; Green, Cody MD; Cannady, Darryl MD; Miller, Daniel MD; Neal, Eric MD; Rezaie, Nima MD
Age Group: Adult
Secondary Protocol No: Closed reduction distal radius
Treatment: Observational study
Applicable Disease Sites: Wrist
Therapies Involved: Procedural
To determine, via a prospective randomized clinical trial, the importance of a closed distal radius fracture reduction prior to operative intervention.
Adults with an isolated, closed, displaced, neurovascular intact distal radius fracture that elects to proceed with surgical fixation.