Clinical Research Response

translating the scientific data into information you can use

A Clinical Research Response (CRR) is customized research that answers specific questions asked by clients about health technologies.

View a sampling of our Clinical Research Responses.

Leaf Patient Monitoring System (Leaf Healthcare Inc.) for the Prevention of Pressure Ulcers

November 11, 2019 Clinical Research Response

The focus of this report is on the use of the Leaf Patient Monitoring System (Leaf Healthcare,Inc.) for the monitoring of patient position and mobility to aid in the prevention of pressure ulcers. It is intended to provide updated information related to the Clinical Research Response with the same title, originally published September 14, 2017.

Peripheral Atherectomy Systems – Product Comparison

November 8, 2019 Clinical Research Response

The focus of this report is on the comparison of 3 atherectomy systems for use in peripheral artery disease: Diamondback 360 Peripheral Orbital Atherectomy System (Cardiovascular Systems, Inc), HawkOne™ Directional Atherectomy System (Medtronic), and Jetstream™ Atherectomy System (Boston Scientific Corporation).

Impact of Silver-Containing Versus Non-Silver Dressings on Postoperative Surgical Site Infections

November 7, 2019 Clinical Research Response

This report is focused on comparing the impact of silver-containing versus non-silver dressings on postoperative surgical site infections.

Adverse Effects of Isovue (iopamidol) (Bracco) vs Visipaque (iodixanol) (GE Healthcare) Contrast Media

November 6, 2019 Clinical Research Response

This report will focus on the comparative evidence as it relates to adverse reactions when using Isovue (Bracco) compared with Visipaque (GE Healthcare).

Conventus Cage PH (Conventus Orthopaedics) for Fixation of Proximal Humerus Fractures

October 31, 2019 Clinical Research Response

This report is focused on the state of the peer-reviewed published evidence pertaining to the Conventus PH Cage used in the management of proximal humerus fractures.