Össur posts OARSI knee OA protocols for subgroups, first winner of online contest

Össur reported on July 22 that after a two-day consensus symposium sponsored by the Foothill Ranch, CA-based company, an expert panel has published clinical treatment protocols for three subgroups of patients with knee osteoarthritis (OA). The Osteoarthritis Research Society International (OARSI) convened the panel of 27 OA experts from the US and Canada in February to develop protocols in three knee OA populations: those younger than 65 years; active, demanding patients who, regardless of age, are capable of performing moderate-to-vigorous activities or were competitive athletes; and patients older than 65 years seeking to maintain or regain former activity levels

Össur reported on July 22 that after a two-day consensus symposium sponsored by the Foothill Ranch, CA-based company, an expert panel has published clinical treatment protocols for three subgroups of patients with knee osteoarthritis (OA). The Osteoarthritis Research Society International (OARSI) convened the panel of 27 OA experts from the US and Canada in February to develop protocols in three knee OA populations: those younger than 65 years; active, demanding patients who, regardless of age, are capable of performing moderate-to-vigorous activities or were competitive athletes; and patients older than 65 years seeking to maintain or regain former activity levels

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Össur posts OARSI knee OA protocols for subgroups, first winner of online contest