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Approach to Shoulder Instability

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Approach to Shoulder Instability

The primary research question is to determine whether patients who undergo a stabilization of the shoulder using a novel decision-making algorithm (ISIS Score) have improved disease-specific quality of life at 1 year post-operatively, as measured by the Western Ontario Instability Index (WOSI) compared with patients who undergo stabilization using a conventional decision-making algorithm. Secondary outcomes include the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeon's (ASES) score, and difference in recurrence rates of dislocation between the two decision-making algorithms.

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Recruiting patients only common.study.methods.is-healthy-yes

Procedure - Open Latarjet procedure

Procedure - Arthroscopic Bankart repair

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Approach to Shoulder Instability: a Randomized, Controlled Trial

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NCT02060227

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1aM1Ba