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Pain (Pediatric) Clinical Trials

A listing of Pain (Pediatric) medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (48) clinical trials

Dexmedetomidine and Propofol for Pediatric MRI Sedation

The purpose of this study is to compare the results of combining two anesthetic medications (dexmedetomidine and propofol) in low doses with a standard dose of a single drug that is commonly used to provide sedation/anesthesia for MRI studies in young children (propofol). Recent studies and the FDA have raised ...

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Intravenous Lidocaine for Post-Tonsillectomy Pain in Pediatric Patients

The purpose of this study is to determine whether giving lidocaine intravenously during and after a tonsillectomy surgery is effective in decreasing postoperative pain when compared to placebo. Participants will be in one of two arms. Those in Arm 1 will receive a lidocaine bolus and infusion throughout the initial ...

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Comfort Talk for Pediatric Cardiac Catheterization

Among scheduled children for cardiac catheterization at the Labatt Family Health Center Cardiac Diagnostic and Interventional Unit (CDIU) , potential participants will be identified at their pre-catheterization clinic visit, the study explained, and informed consent obtained. On the day of their procedure, participants will be randomized to one of 4 ...

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Ultrasound Guided Quadratus Lumborum Block Versus Caudal Block in Pediatric Patient

Children aged 1-9 years undergoing lower abdominal surgeries would be recruited in this randomized study. Children would be monitored by electrocardiogram, pulse oximeter and non-invasive blood pressure. After preoxygenation for three minutes, anesthesia would be induced with 8% sevoflurane inhalation in 50% oxygen and % 50 air ; 1ug/kg fentanyl ...

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Decreasing REcurrent Pain and Anxiety in Medical Procedures With a Pediatric Population: a Pilot Study

BACKGROUND Injuries, including burns, are the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in children. They are associated with a lot of pain that is difficult to treat and can impede recovery, cause high levels of anxiety and alter future pain behaviors, resulting, at times, in chronic pain, paresthesia, or depression. ...

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Assessing the Efficacy of Virtual Reality Analgesia (VRA) in Pediatric Patients for Pain Control

To evaluate the efficacy of virtual reality analgesia (VRA) for pediatric patients undergoing Botulinum toxin injections (BTI) for spasticity management. Patients will be assigned to one of three groups; one group of subjects will randomly be assigned to VRA intervention using Google Cardboard Virtual reality head- mounted display powered by ...

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Caudal Dexmetedomedine Versus Magnesium in Orthopedic Pediatric Surgeries

History regarding previous anesthesia, surgery, any significant medical illness, medications and allergy will be taken for all children who will be enrolled in the study. Complete physical examination and airway assessment will be done. Hemoglobin percentage, blood sugar and coagulation profile will be investigated preoperatively Sedation will be done by ...

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Perioperative Methadone Use to Decrease Opioid Requirement in Pediatric Spinal Fusion Patients

This study is a double blind comparison, evaluating the benefits of intraoperative methadone in extensive posterior spine fusion surgery for idiopathic scoliosis. Methadone 0.2 mg/kg will be given to the treatment group. Postoperative evaluation for narcotic use, pain control, and adverse effects will be compared to a standard treatment approach ...

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Randomized Double-blind Placebo Controlled Cross Over Design Topical Morphine for Analgesia in Pediatric Procedures

The use of an opioid such as morphine topical gel 30 minutes before a procedure would be effective in reducing pain in children. It has proven effective analgesic with minimal adverse effects, especially in children older than 6 months, and even its use is authorized in young children.

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Ibuprofen Compared to Morphine as a Pediatric Postoperative Pain Management Tool Following Inguinal Surgery

The primary objective of this study is to determine the efficacy of ibuprofen in reducing postoperative pain in children recovering from inguinal surgery when compared to morphine. Thus, if stated as a research question, the problem to be addressed is: in children (10 months-5 years) who have recently undergone inguinal ...

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