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A clinical study of thread carpal tunnel release with a newly developed thread: A retrospective pilot study.

Introduction Compared to an open and endoscopic procedure, thread carpal tunnel release, ultrasound-guided transverse carpal ligament transection procedure by needle and thread, has been shown to be a safe and efficient method for carpal tunnel release. This pilot study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of TCTR with Smartwire-01 relative to the commercial thread in clinical settings. Methods An 84-month cycle, one physiatrist's total of 22 TCTR procedures have been performed on 19 patients by one physiatrist during a 42-month period. Electromyography was used to determine carpal tunnel syndrome, which was based on established medical diagnoses. Conclusions As the commercial thread in TCTR is as safe and effective as our newly developed thread, we therefore recommend a randomize controlled trial with above methodology.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0276630


Trends in Open vs. Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release: A Comprehensive Survey in Japan

Using the National Database of Health Insurance Claims and Specific Health Checkups in Japan, we examined trends in open and endoscopic carpal tunnel construction from 2014 to 2019. The results showed that nearly 40,000 CTRs were produced annually in Japan, and that open CTR was performed almost four times more often than endoscopic CTR. By prefecture per population, there was a modest correlation coefficient between the endoscopic CTRs and the number of hand surgery specialists by prefecture per population. However, the number of hand surgeons per capita by place and open CTR per capita was not related compared to the open CTR per capita.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm11174966


Validation of a Cognitive Task Simulation and Rehearsal Tool for Open Carpal Tunnel Release

Background Carpal tunnel tunneling is one of the most common surgical procedures performed by hand surgeons. Using a cell phone and rehearsal platform app, the authors created a surgical simulation of open carpal tunnel deployment. This research was carried out in order to ensure that the simulator was used as a safe training platform for carpal tunnel deployment. surgeons scored a median of 74% and medical students scored a median of 45%, respectively, according to the objective achievement rankings from the expert group. This cell-based surgical simulation system gives step-by-step instructions for a variety of surgical procedures. As we established develop, face, content, and acceptability validity for carpal tunnel release, the findings help to establish its use as a learning device. This basic-to-use educational device can help bring surgical education to a newu2014 and high mobileu2014 level.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5999/aps.2017.44.3.223


Endoscopic carpal tunnel release surgery: a case study in Vietnam

Conclusion The endoscopic carpal tunnel installation with the use of a MicroAire unit is a safe and effective method for treating carpal tunnel syndrome.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13018-019-1192-z


The Correlation of Carpal Tunnel Pressure with Clinical Outcomes following Ultrasonographically-Guided Percutaneous Carpal Tunnel Release

To investigate the potential predictors of the postoperative recovery pattern in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome, we will investigate the correlation between carpal tunnel pressure and the clinical findings. Materials and Methods: Following percutaneous ultrasound-guided carpal tunnel installation, ten idiopathic CTS patients with idiopathic CTS were recruited. Preoperative CTP was positively related to preoperative CSA and preoperative BCTQ scores, according to the Preoperative CSA and preoperative BCTQ results. Conclusions: Preoperative CTP was well connected to the clinical findings, and it could be a useful predictor of the postoperative clinical recovery pattern.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/jpm12071045


Changes in electrophysiological parameters after open carpal tunnel release

Background: Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common compressive mononeuropathy, affecting mostly females. Until and after the unveiling of carpal tunnels, only limited studies have been done to determine the electrophysiological parameters. Materials and Methods: A case-series investigation was conducted and found 17 cases of moderate or severe electrophysiologically confirmed CTS, who underwent open carpal tunnel construction from December 2010 to May 2011. Following the American Association of the Electrodiagnostic Medicine criteria of CTS, a Severity grade was assigned to CTS following the American Association of the Electrodiagnostic Medicine criteria. The median nerve tunnel's length and sensory conduction velocity were assessed and compared before, 6, and 9, months after surgery. Results: In 82. 3% 6 months and 88. 2% 9 months after surgery, severity improvement was reported from the 17 assessed hand with moderate, and severe CTS, but only 47% expressed complete satisfaction with the findings, with only 47% reporting completely satisfied or fully satisfied opinion.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.4103/2277-9175.100151


Proximal palmar mini-incision carpal tunnel release technique

Background: Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common entrapment neuropathy in humans today. Methods: A comparison is given by ninety four patients with a carpal tunnel disorder after endoscopic surgery. A proximal palmar mini-incision for carpal tunnel syndrome is a comparablee alternative. Patients in this group were also asked about the pain level of their scar tissue and functional status, which was a significant decrease in the Boston Carpal Tunnel Questionnaire's scores, as well as the final follow-up. Conclusions: After 1 month, only 4 hands[3. 5 percent] reported scar tissue pain, no recurrence, short period return to work, and cost-effective, that ECTR is as effective as ECTR.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/a3289679af1f4ca6b71f24ea97731dc3


Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery and Venous Hypertension in Early Hemodialysis Patients without Amyloid Deposits

In hemodialysis patients with CTS, the role of venous hypertension due to arteriovenous fistula has not been defined fully; therefore, we sought to investigate venous hypertension due to AVF. We included 12 patients who had been receiving HD care for less than eight years as well as the newly diagnosed CTS patients with AVF's same arm. All carpal ligament specimens of the patients were not stained with Congo red after the procedure, with amyloid deposition present. CTS in hemodialysis patients can be caused by increased venous pressure on the same arm as AVF.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2013/481348


Local Corticosteroid Injections versus Surgical Carpal Tunnel Release for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Introduction: Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common entrapment neuropathy. For the care of CTS, this meta-analysis compared local steroid injections to carpal tunnel release. All the scientific studies comparing LSIs versus CTR for carpal tunnel syndrome were accessed, including CTR. In the LSIs cohort, the Nocturnal anesthesia and visual analogue scale were both higher. median nerve conduction velocity, median nerve conduction amplitude, median nerve conduction rate, or median nerve sensory amplitude — all the following elements were found in the Boston Carpal Tunnel Questionnaire's operational and symptom subscales. Conclusion: Both CTR and LSIs were both safe and convenient in reducing carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms. Patients with CTS can be screened using a cycle of LSIs, regardless of the severity of the disease. However, patients must be aware that LSIs are not the definitive therapy, and CTR should be aimed at patients.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/life12040533


Does Aging Matter? The Efficacy of Carpal Tunnel Release in the Elderly

In situations where conservative therapy fails, the Open release remains the gold standard in carpal tunnel syndrome therapy. However, carpal tunnel release in the elderly has been criticized in the literature over the years. This study aims to review the latest evidence relating to the safety of carpal tunnel release in the elderly.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5999/aps.2015.42.3.278

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