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Evaluation of the Acute Effect of Kinesio Taping on Structures at the Wrist Level by Ultrasonography in Patients With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Methodology of the Study: This research will be published in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation of Mersin University Faculty of Medicine Hospital, on 15. 09. 2022 and within 15. 01. 2023. Anthropometric measurements: Dr. Figen Dau0011f's arrival and measurements will determine their height and weight on the day of testing; Anthropometric measurements will be carried out. The height measurement will be determined by a height meter fixed to the wall. Dr. Figen Dau011f's patients will be treated with two unique kinesio taping techniques. The pressure pain assessment and the condition of the wrist joints at the wrist level are blinded to taping applications right before the kinesio taping procedure and immediately after the bands are removed. From proximal and distal tunnel measurements, the median nerve, skin-subcutaneous tissue thickness, vertical, horizontal axle length, and diameter of the median nerve, carpal ligament thickness, distance from carpal ligament and median nerve will be determined. If the results indicate the normal distribution, the paired-t-test will be used in the analysis of intra-group differences, and Wilcoxon tests will be used if the samples don't show normal distribution. If the normal distribution of the data stops and by the Mann-Whitney U test if the normal distribution is not interrupted, the major differences between the two groups will be determined by the independent t-test if the regular distribution of the data stops and the Mann-Whitney U test will determine the difference between the two groups.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05475197


Effects of Soft Tissue Massage Along With Mobilization Technique on Intensity of Symptoms and Functional Status of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - A Randomized Controlled Trial

The aim of this research was to determine the effects of soft tissue massage, as well as mobilization technique on severity of pain by using a visual analog scale and functional status in Carpal tunnel syndrome patients using Jamar hand-held dynamometer, Pinch Gauge, and Boston Scale. Group A will be treated with soft tissue massage as well as joint and median nerve mobilization slider technology, while group B will be treated with joint and median nerve mobilization slider technology only, while group B will be dealt with joint and median nerve mobilization slider software only.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05466162


WALANT (Wide Awake Local Anaesthesia With No Tourniquet) Procedure in Carpal Tunnel Release: a Prospective Randomized Study

The carpal tunnel nerve neurolysis by Median nerve neurolysis is one of the world's most commonly performed procedures. Axillary blocks and truncal blocks are two nerve blocks that are most commonly used in hand surgery. The axillary block, which anaesthetizing the entire arm, prevents the pain associated with some patients using a tourniquet. A first subcutaneous injection reproducing a bar above the wrist flexion line and a second injection above the median nerve are both reproducing a bar above the median nerve. The second puncture is performed at the base of the palmar surface of the hand and requires the local anesthetic injection of a 10 ml subcutaneous injection of the local anesthetic in order to exploit the vaping effects of adrenaline, allowing the surgical procedure to be carried out without a pneumatic tourniquet.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04924348

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