Knee Osteoarthritis

OrthoEvidence’s Knee Osteoarthritis CoreView Page has been developed to effectively communicate the body of evidence surrounding treatments where there is a lack of clarity. The aim of this page is to provide practitioners with a detailed review of the evidence within a topic area so that they can make informed decisions regarding patient care.
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Key Insights

Based on the available evidence, we have a number of key insights on knee OA and the use of IAHA therapy.

Recommendations

IAHA therapy has been examined in 12 clinical practice guidelines. See how their recommendations differ.

Meta-analyses

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RCTs

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Key Insights

Based on the available evidence, we have a number of key insights on the use of PRP in knee OA.

Recommendations

PRP therapy has been reviewed in 4 clinical practice guidelines.

Meta-analyses

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RCTs

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Key Insights

Based on the available evidence, we have a number of key insights on the use of knee bracing in knee OA.

Recommendations

Knee bracing has been reviewed in 7 clinical practice guidelines.

Meta-analyses

We identified 1 meta-analyses examining knee bracing vs. a control intervention.

RCTs

View the ACE reports on the current clinical trial evidence comparing knee bracing to a control.

Key Insights

Based on the available evidence, we have a number of key insights on the use of corticosteroids in knee OA.

Recommendations

Corticosteroid therapy has been reviewed in 9 clinical practice guidelines.

Meta-analyses

Click on the corresponding button below to see the meta-analyses evaluating corticosteroids versus:

RCTs

Click on the corresponding button below to see the RCTs evaluating corticosteroids versus: