Effectiveness of Nimedar application in orthopedic practice

I.M. Zazirnyi

Abstract


The aim of the study was to evaluate the efficacy and safety of using Nimedar in comparison with nimesil in the treatment of patients with early stages of knee osteoarthritis, low back pain and in the early postoperative period after endoscopic knee surgery. This clinical study was prospective. There were formed 3 clinical groups of patients. A total of 70 patients were enrolled in the study: 30 of them were included in the control group, 30 — in the study group, 10 — in the retrospective group. Patients in the control group received nimesil, persons in the experimental group — Nimedar, patients in the retrospective group did not receive any medicine. The results of the prospective clinical study demonstrated the efficacy of Nimedar application manufactured by PrJSC “Pharmaceutical Firm “Darnitsa” in the treatment of patients with the first stage of knee osteoarthritis and low back pain without any neurological signs and in the postoperative period after arthroscopic partial meniscectomy.

Keywords


anesthesia; Nimedar; nimesil; osteoarthritis of the knee joint; osteochondrosis of the lumbar spine; arthroscopic meniscus resection

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/1608-1706.2.19.2018.130650

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