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Acute Pain Clinical Trials

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


Found (54) clinical trials

Evaluation of a Self-Care Toolkit in Surgical Breast Cancer Patients

The main research questions focus on whether the toolkit provides short-term benefits on symptoms associated with surgery (i.e., pain, anxiety, nausea) and whether it impacts emotional distress and other symptoms (i.e., pain, fatigue, sleep disturbance, global health, quality of life) at a two-week post-operative time point. This study will be ...

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The Benefits of the Use of a Support Bra in Women Undergoing Coronary Artery By-Pass Graft Surgery

The patients will be randomized and share into three groups: women after coronary artery bypass surgery use surgical support bra, women after coronary artery bypass surgery use common support bra and those who will not use any support bra. They will be can tracked and invited to participate in the ...

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Neuromodulation as a Treatment for Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy

Baseline Tests: If you agree to take part in this study, you will have the following baseline tests: You will complete 7 questionnaires about your symptoms, how you have been feeling, and your general quality of life. It should take about 20 minutes to complete. Basic information about you (such ...

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Port Size and Post-Operative Pain Perception by Patients

Minimally invasive approaches trade a single longer incision for 4-5 smaller incisions that allow abdominal access and abdominal insufflation through "ports". The increase in operative times is mostly due to the need to pass suture, needles, cameras and instruments through the abdominal ports. While, it is intuitive that smaller abdominal ...

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Chronic Pain Risk Associated With Menstrual Period Pain

Endometrial shedding during the menstrual cycle elicits profound changes in neuronal activity and cytokines producing moderate to severe pelvic pain in more than 20% of reproductive-age women. One out of every five of those women in turn will develop chronic pelvic pain (CPP), yet women without dysmenorrhea rarely report CPP. ...


EMLA and Sterile Water Injections - Pain From Injections

Sterile Water Injection (SWI) was previously shown to give good pain relief for lower-back pain during childbirth, chronic neck pain and ureterolithiasis. However, the pain associated with the injections remains problematic, and therefore it is important to find a less painful injection technique.

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Art Therapy for Pain Relief in Breast Cancer Patients

Art therapy is a type of psychotherapy that uses making art and creative processes to allow patients to express feelings that may be difficult to put into words. It has been available at The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust since 1988. Patients are referred for a range of issues that ...

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Tramadol Versus Diclofenac for Prevention of Pain in Operative Outpatient Hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopic examination is currently the most informative investigation for patients with abnormal uterine bleeding and infertility. Outpatient hysteroscopy involves the use of miniaturized endoscopic equipment to directly visualise the endometrial cavity, without the need of formal theatre facilities, general or regional anaesthesia. Outpatient hysteroscopy is increasingly being used as a ...


Use of a Support Bra to Reduce Pain and Improve Surgical Healing in Women Undergoing Sternotomy for Cardiac Surgery

Participants will be randomized to one arm of the study. One group will be fitted for a support bra and will be asked to wear this bra 24 hours a day for their 6 week post-course. They will submit to 3 questionnaires (at hospital discharge, at 3 weeks post-op and ...

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Dexamethasone With TAP Block Increasing the Duration of the Peripheral Nerve Block in Caesarian Section

Nowadays Cesarean sections became the most popular surgery worldwide with the consumption of the hospital resources and the continuous need to decrease the costs, work load and medical stuff engagement. One of the most common problem is the need to control pain post operatively, this issue increase the work load ...

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