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The two factors that most influence how osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee is managed are the presence of other health conditions and involvement of other joint sites.  As such, for the first time, OARSI has developed guidelines for the non-surgical treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee that are stratified to each of four patient groups:  patients with knee-only OA and no comorbidities,...

Category: Guidelines

Tags: Physician Summary, Knee Osteoarthritis, Guidelines

 

For the first time, OARSI has developed treatment guidelines tailored to different types of patients with osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee. These guidelines are based on a comprehensive review of the current scientific evidence for each treatment’s safety and effectiveness. Surgical treatments, the costs of treatments, or their coverage by insurance were not taken into consideration here. These...

Category: Guidelines

Tags: Patient Summary, Guidelines, Knee Osteoarthritis

 

Press Release March, 2014- Updated Guidelines

By Multiple Authors

MOUNT LAUREL, N.J., March 4, 2014, —The Osteoarthritis Research Society International (OARSI)
releases new evidence-based guidelines for the non-surgical treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee
that, for the first time, are targeted to differing patient characteristics. These guidelines, which were
published in the March 2014 issue of the journal Osteoarthritis and Cartilage...

Category: Guidelines

Tags: Press Release, Treatment Guidelines, Knee Osteoarthritis

 

Non Surgical Management of Knee OA

By Multiple Authors

The two factors that most influence how osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee is managed are the presence of other health conditions and involvement of other joint sites.  As such, for the first time, OARSI has developed guidelines for the non-surgical treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee that are stratified to each of four patient groups:  patients with knee-only OA and no comorbidities,...

Category: Guidelines

Tags: Knee Osteoarthritis, Treatment Guidelines

 

FNIH Osteoarthritis Biomarkers Consortium Project

By Various Authors

Early Results Provide a Step Up in the Climb to Improve the Prognosis and Treatment of Osteoarthritis

Category: Biomarkers

Tags: OA Biomarks