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HIP ATTACK Pilot

Official Title

HIP fracture Accelerated surgical Treatment and Care track (HIP ATTACK) Pilot

Status

Completed

Overview

To determine the feasibility and resource requirements of accelerated surgery & medical clearance as well as recruitment and follow-up of study participants. The Primary outcome of the pilot study is to evaluate the feasibility of enrolling 60 patients and achieving arrival into the operating room within 6 hours of diagnosis in 80% of patients randomized to accelerated surgery.

Study Design

Randomized controlled, parallel group, pilot trial

Primary Endpoint

Primary outcome measure: Feasibility. Secondary outcome measures: Composite of mortality, nonfatal myocardial infarction, nonfatal pulmonary embolism, nonfatal pneumonia, nonfatal sepsis, nonfatal stroke, and nonfatal life-threatening and major bleeding.

Number of Patients

60

Number of Sites

3

Number of Countries

2

Study Period

2011–2013

Principal Investigator

P.J. Devereaux, Mohit Bhandari

Program Manager

Susan Chrolavicius

Research Coordinator

Valerie Dunlop

Key Publications

  • Lurati Buse G, Bhandari M, Sancheti P, Rocha S, Winemaker M, Adili A, de Beer J, Tiboni M, Neary JDD, Dunlop V, Gauthier L, Patel A, Robinson A, Rodseth RN, Kolesar R, Farrell J, Crowther M, Tandon V, Magloire P, Dokainish H, Joseph P, Tomlinson CW, Salehian O, Hastings D, Hunt DL, Van Spall H, Cosman TL, Simpson DL, Cowan D, Guyatt G, Alvarado K, Evans WK, Mizera R, Eikelboom J, Cook D, Loeb M, Johnstone J, Kearon C, Sessler DI, VanHelder T, Rao-Melacini P, Worster A, Patil A, McLean R, Macdonald AM, Badzioch R, Devereaux PJ. A randomized controlled trial of accelerated care versus standard care in patients with a hip fracture: The HIP ATTACK Pilot. CMAJ. 2013: DOI:10.1503 / cmaj.130901; 1-9. http://www.cmaj.ca/content/186/1/E52.full