Knee osteoarthritis is a crippling disease for millions of people. In some cases, conservative options fail to control a patient’s pain, but they are not ready and/or do not qualify for a total knee replacement. The is a segment of patients that fall in the treatment gap between traditional conservative therapies and surgery.
Lipogems is a device that has received FDA 510(k) clearance to process adipose tissue for general applications in orthopaedics, arthroscopy and nine specialties. Lipogems has obtained approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to conduct an Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) study for the treatment of knee osteoarthritis (OA). This study, is designed to test the safety and efficacy of the Lipogems system when compared to corticosteroids over a period of 12 months, and will hopefully result in a specific indication for Lipogems in Knee OA. The Lipogems' ARISE FDA IDE Study will enroll patients in 20 sites across the U.S.
Lipogems decided to pursue this specific indication based on the positive results seen in 30+ independent peer-reviewed publications with up to 3 years follow-up evaluating pain, function, quality of life, and economic advantages in patients treated with Lipogems' Microfragmented Fat (MFat) injections for knee osteoarthritis. The completion of this study and anticipated approval in the setting of knee OA will permit Lipogems to educate directly to physicians and consumers for the treatment of this pathology.
The Lipogems system has been used in multiple pathologies and is supported by 115+ independent peer reviewed publications. On January 13, 2023 Lipogems announced that it enrolled the first patient in the ARISE Study. Learn more about Lipogems here.
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