Safety and efficacy of routine postoperative ibuprofen for pain and disability related to ectopic bone formation after hip replacement surgery (HIPAID): randomised controlled trialBMJ 2006; 333 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.38925.471146.4F (Published 07 September 2006) Cite this as: BMJ 2006;333:519
The HIPAID Collaborative Group [posted as supplied by author]
The HIPAID Collaborative Group are as follows:
Writing Committee. (see title page)
M.Fransen (Chair), J.Douglas (Senior Project Manager), C.Anderson, ID.Cameron, R.Crawford, S.MacMahon, B.Neal, R.Norton, G.Tregonning, M.Windolf, M.Woodward.
Site Investigators New Zealand.
Burwood Hospital (Christchurch): J.Foster, C.van.Haandel, A.Rothwell.
Dunedin Hospital (Dunedin): G.Martin, J-C.Theis.
Hutt Hospital (Lower Hutt): A.Taylor, A.Simmonds.
Middlemore Hospital (Auckland): C.Newton, G.Tregonning.
Nelson Hospital (Nelson): L.Gunn, A.Panting.
North Shore (Auckland): M.Hansen, H.Twiss, J.Cullen.
Site Investigators Australia.
Bankstown Hospital (NSW): L.Thorn, D.Lau, G.Kalnins.
Box Hill Hospital (Vic): H.Ploschke, L-M.Bingham, G.Grosband.
Calvary Hospital (ACT): J.Martin, G.Stubbs.
Fairfield Hospital (NSW): L.Gray, S.Pettitt, J.Dave.
Geelong Hospital (Vic): U.Farago, R.Angliss.
Gold Coast Hospital (Qld): M.Tallott, T.Richards, D.Pitchford.
Holy Spirit, Northside (Qld): L.McLoughlin, S.Crawford.
Brisbane Private Hospital (Qld): J.McCarthy, D.Morgan.
Launceston Hospital (Tas): I.Waterhouse, B.Einoder.
The Prince Charles Hospital (Qld): L.McLoughlin, S.Crawford.
Royal Newcastle Hospital (NSW): J.Lambert, L.Ross, J.Ghabrial.
Royal Prince Alfred (NSW): M.Windolf, P.Stalley.
Royal Perth Hospital (WA): M.McGuiness, R.Beaver.
Toowoomba Base Hospital (Qld): T.Dalamaras, R.Butler, R.Ivers.
Data Management Clinical Trials Research Unit, University of Auckland, New Zealand:
M.Barlow, T.Holloway, M.Te Whiu, N.Latham, A.Milne, Y.Cleverley.
The George Institute for International Health, University of Sydney, Australia: K.Jayne
Data Safety Monitoring Committee: J.Simes, R.Cumming, M.Law
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