Osteoarthritis Survey

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Do you have Osteoarthritis?

Have you had an X-ray to confirm Osteoarthritis of the hip or knee?

If you suffer from chronic hip or knee pain due to Osteoarthritis, then you could be eligible for a clinical trial.

Synexus have a number of studies where we anticipate recruitment of patients will start in June 2016. To register your interest, please complete the questionnaire below.

We will contact you in the lead up to start of recruitment to keep you updated on timelines. Once patients can enroll, we will use the information you will provided below to assess whether a study is suitable for you.

Many thanks for your interest in our work.

1. Have you previously had an Osteoarthritis health check performed at Synexus?
2. Do you have Osteoarthritis pain, which is affecting your quality of life?
3. Do you have Osteoarthritis pain in a knee joint?
4. Have you been diagnosed with OA on at least one knee joint?
5. Has an X-Ray been performed on your knee to confirm OA?
6. Do you have Osteoarthritis pain in a hip joint?
7. Have you been diagnosed with OA on at least one hip joint?
8. Has an X-Ray been performed on your hip to confirm OA?
9. Do you still get OA pain in your Hip/Knee despite taking at least two medications?
10. Does Paracetamol effectively relieve your OA pain?
11. Do NSAIDS effectively relieve your OA pain? (e.g. Naproxen, Ibuprofen)
12. Do opioids effectively relieve your OA pain? (E.g. Cocodamol, Morphine Sulphate, Fentanyl Patch, Tramadol, etc.)
13. Would you be interested in taking part in future OA studies?

If you would like to list further medical details please click here.

The following sections detail various medical conditions. Please tick any of the conditions that you suffer from.

Bones & Joints

Cancer

Chronic Pain

Diabetes

Digestion & Bowel

Ear, nose & throat

Endocrine & metabolism

Eye Health

Heart & circulation

Immunology & Vaccination

Infectious Disease

Mind, mood & memory

Reproduction & womens health

Respiratory

Skin Conditions

Urinary

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