OASIS Study: Comparison of 3 Different Interventions for Shoulder Instability - Clinical Trial
What is the Purpose of this Study?
We are doing this study to find out which type of surgery has the best outcomes for people who have shoulder dislocations with bone loss. There are 3 types of surgeries that doctors can perform to stabilize the shoulder of people who have this type of injury, but there is no evidence at this time that proves one is better than the others. We hope this study can help us figure out how to choose the best option for different patients.
Shoulder Dislocation and Instability with Bone Loss
Who Can Participate in the Study?
Adults and children ages 17-50 who:
- Have a traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation
- Plan to have surgery to treat their shoulder injury
- Have injury-related glenoid bone loss of 1-20%
- Have not had any previous surgery on the injured shoulder
For more information about who can join this study, please contact the study team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is Involved?
If you choose to join this study, you will get a random assignment (by chance) to have 1 of 3 different surgeries to treat your shoulder injury. The 3 shoulder stabilization surgeries you might be assigned to have done are:
- Bankart repair with remplissage
- Open Bankart repair
- Latarjet procedure
No matter which type of surgery you have, you will also have physical therapy afterward. The type of rehabilitation you do will depend on what surgery you have.
We will ask you to fill out questionnaires related to your recovery for up to 2 years after your surgery. Some of these can be done during your routine follow-up visits or physical therapy appointments, and some can be done online.