Agente: Iontophoresis

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2019 American College of Rheumatology/Arthritis Foundation Guideline for the Management of Osteoarthritis of the Hand, Hip, and Knee.

Kolasinski SL, Neogi T, Hochberg MC, Oatis C, Guyatt G, Block J, Callahan L, Copenhaver C, Dodge C, Felson D, Gellar K, Harvey WF, Hawker G, Herzig E, Kwoh CK, Nelson AE, Samuels J, Scanzello C, White D, Wise B, Altman RD, DiRenzo D, Fontanarosa J, Giradi G, Ishimori M, Misra D, Shah AA, Shmagel AK, Thoma LM, Turgunbaev M, Turner AS, Reston J

To develop an evidence-based guideline for the comprehensive management of osteoarthritis (OA) as a collaboration between the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) and the Arthritis Foundation, updating the 2012 ACR recommendations for the management of hand, hip, and knee OA. We identified clinically relevant population, intervention, comparator, outcomes questions and...

PMID: 31908149

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Comparison of effects of phonophoresis and iontophoresis of naproxen in the treatment of lateral epicondylitis.

Başkurt F, Ozcan A, Algun C

The aim of this study was to compare the effectiveness of naproxen (10%) applied by topical iontophoresis or by phonophoresis in the treatment of lateral epicondylitis. Randomized controlled trial. Dokuz Eylül University School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation. This study was carried out with 61 patients who had lateral epicondylitis....

PMID: 12617384

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Does nonsurgical treatment improve longitudinal outcomes of lateral epicondylitis over no treatment? A meta-analysis.

Sayegh ET, Strauch RJ

Lateral epicondylitis is a painful tendinopathy for which several nonsurgical treatment strategies are used. Superiority of these nonsurgical treatments over nontreatment has not been definitively established. We asked whether nonsurgical treatment of lateral epicondylitis compared with observation only or placebo provides (1) better overall improvement, (2) less need for escape...

PMID: 25352261

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A randomized study comparing corticosteroid injection to corticosteroid iontophoresis for lateral epicondylitis.

Stefanou A, Marshall N, Holdan W, Siddiqui A

We designed a prospective, randomized study to evaluate the effects of iontophoresis delivery of dexamethasone versus corticosteroid injection therapy on patient outcomes. We randomized 82 patients to 10 mg dexamethasone via iontophoresis using a self-contained patch with a 24-hour battery; 10 mg dexamethasone injection; or 10 mg triamcinolone injection. All...

PMID: 22196293

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lontophoresis: Clinical Research in Musculoskeletal lnf lammatory Conditions.

Harris PR

Fifty patients with various musculoskeletal inflammatory conditions were treated with iontophoresis (direct current 5 milliamperes, 20 minutes). The treatment drugs were 1 cubic centimeter, 4 milligrams per milliliter of dexamethasone sodium phosphate (Decadron) combined with 2 cubic centimeters of 4% Xylocaine. Thirty-eight of the 50 patients had an excellent relief...

PMID: 18810109

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Can Direct Current Electrotherapy Be Used for Patients With Orthopedic Implants?

Thaler E, Toledo F, Korte H

Although electrotherapy appears to have particularly interesting applications in the field of postoperative orthopedic rehabilitation, relatively little scientifically based research has been conducted in the area of electrotherapy with regard to safety involving patients with orthopedic implants. Three electrotherapy forms were tested, such as high-volt stimulation (HVS), transcutaneous electric nerve...

PMID: 28255511

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The short-term effectiveness of low-level laser, phonophoresis, and iontophoresis in patients with lateral epicondylosis.

Baktir S, Razak Ozdincler A, Kaya Mutlu E, Bilsel K

Randomized parallel group trial. Various treatment options for lateral epicondylosis have been reported in the literature. We aimed to compare the effectiveness of low-level laser therapy (LLLT), phonophoresis, and iontophoresis in terms of pain, function, and grip strength. This study that comprised 37 patients with lateral epicondylosis was planned as...

PMID: 29452929

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Nonsurgical Treatment Options for Insertional Achilles Tendinopathy.

Dilger CP, Chimenti RL

Most nonoperative treatments for insertional Achilles tendinopathy (IAT) have insufficient evidence to support treatment recommendations. Exercise has the highest level of evidence supporting the ability of this treatment option to reduce IAT pain. The effects of exercise may be enhanced by a wide variety of other treatments, including soft tissue...

PMID: 31371000

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Evaluation of iontophoretically applied dexamethasone for painful pathologic temporomandibular joints.

Reid KI, Dionne RA, Sicard-Rosenbaum L, Lord D, Dubner RA

The effects of iontophoretically applied dexamethasone in a lidocaine vehicle were compared with those of saline placebo in 53 patients with one of three diagnoses of painful temporomandibular joint pathologic conditions: disk displacement with reduction, disk displacement without reduction, and osteoarthritis. Both dexamethasone and the saline placebo produced a significant...

PMID: 8065724

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Effect of sodium salicylate iontophoresis in the management of hip pain in patients with sickle cell disease.

Odebiyi DO, Adigun OT, Kehinde MO

Iotophoresis is a means of delivering drugs across the skin for the management of a variety of conditions, most often for localized inflammation and pain. It is becoming popular as an alternative to oral and injection delivery system because it is non-invasive, non-traumatic, and painless and also because of its...

PMID: 18318099

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