PRIME-Knee (Physical Resilience: Indicators and Mechanisms in the Elderly)
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The purpose of this study is to examine underlying physical resilience (the ability to bounce back) in response to a specific stressor (total knee replacement). The study is using Pattern's platform to collect biometric data through our Garmin integration.
“The purpose of this study is to examine underlying physical resilience (the ability to bounce back) in response to a specific stressor (total knee replacement).
In general, a person’s specific resilience (ability to bounce back from a stressor) is thought to be dependent upon that person’s specific biological and genetic makeup. However, these specific elements remain poorly understood. The purpose of this study is to identify important predictors and characteristics of resilience in response to a total knee replacement by examining baseline resilience (prior to surgery) and post-surgical resilience at multiple time points, allowing us to track resilience outcomes over time.” (Source: NCT04235309)
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