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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.

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Found (125) clinical trials

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Phase III study in patients with a Recent History of Moderate to Severe Chronic Low Back Pain currently treated with Opioids.

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You may qualify to have your wisdom teeth surgically removed at no cost to you. Lotus Clinical Research is conducting a research study evaluating pain medications. Study requires a screening visit and study visits.

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A Study to Test the Effectiveness of Mirror-Box and Mental Visualization Treatments on Phantom Limb Pain

A total of forty-eight (48) subjects with be enrolled - twenty-four (24) with any unilateral lower limb amputation and twenty-four (24) with any unilateral upper limb amputation. Subjects will be randomized for assignment into three treatment conditions: eight (8) lower and eight (8) upper limb subjects (50% with left-sided amputations) ...

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Comparison of Colonoscopy and Sigmoidoscopy in Terms of Pain Acceptance and Procedure Time

According to American Cancer Society guideline, screening total colonoscopy every 10 years or sigmoidoscopy every 5 years is recommended for average risk people above 50 years old. However,study in Taiwanese population demonstrated that 37.8% of colorectal lesions were beyond reach of sigmoidoscope, and in cases with lesions with advanced pathology, ...

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Trial Comparing Morphine to Hydromorphone in Elderly Patients With Severe Pain

Pain is cited as the most frequent reason for visit to emergency departments (EDs) (McCaig, 2001). It can be estimated from the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, an annual survey of a representative sample of visits to US EDs, that there are 17 million visits per year to US ...

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Exercise Program or Health Education Program in Reducing Fatigue and Pain in Breast Cancer Survivors

OBJECTIVES: - Determine whether a moderate-intensity exercise program comprising cardiorespiratory and resistance training of the legs, back, abdominal, trunk, and arm musculature vs a control group attenuates fatigue and pain in breast cancer survivors. - Determine whether this exercise program will significantly improve the quality of life of these patients. ...

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The Usefulness of HyperQ Recordings for the Early Diagnosis of Acute Coronary Syndrome in Patients Presenting With Chest Pain

Introduction: Chest pain is the leading cause of urgent admission to the Emergency Department (ED) in western countries.Acute Coronary Syndrome(ACS) continues to be among the most difficult to predict or diagnose. Misdiagnoses may lead to discharge of patients with ACS, who should have been admitted as well as costly unnecessary ...

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A Comparison of Amethocaine Cream vs. Liposomal Lidocaine Cream for Venipuncture in Children.

Children commonly require blood taking or placement of an intravenous line for both diagnosis and treatment during their visit to the emergency department. The distress from needle puncture is a particular issue in children. The development of needle phobia can subsequently adversely affect the well-being of the children and their ...

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A Study of the Effect of Time on Topical Anesthetic Efficacy.

The study design will be a double blind randomized controlled split-mouth clinical trial. It is proposed to compare the effectiveness of the standard topical anesthetic 5% lidocaine with a placebo over the time period of 2, 5 and 10 minutes after application. The topical will be placed on the palatal ...

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