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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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Femoral Nerve Blockade in Endovenous Laser

Varicose veins affect a majority of adult population in the western world. They decrease quality of life and may also cause venous ulcers. Therefore varicose vein treatments are justified. Thanks to technical advancement open surgery has been replaced By endovenous means. Currently endovenous thermal ablation is a golden standard for ...

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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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Discomfort During Intravenous Cannulation in an Emergency Department: Impact of Communication

A medical or surgical emergency is a stressful life event. An emergency department is also a noisy and sometimes chaotic environment, contributing in itself to increase the anxiety related to the primary cause of the emergency consultation. Some common medical procedures, such as placing an intravenous catheter, may not only ...

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Understanding Pain Perception in Osteoarthritis

The patient will be asked for permission for a clinician to access their notes for information relevant to the research, including full medical history, their sex and date of birth. Tissue obtained from joint replacement surgery at St. George's Hospital and transferred to St.George's, University of London where it will ...

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Lidocaine for Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy

Diabetic peripheral neuropathy [DPN] is caused by diabetes-related metabolic damage to the sensory nervous system. It affects more than 3 million Americans and is leading cause of nerve damage-associated pain worldwide. Currently approved drugs such as gabapentin, pregabalin, and duloxetine provide pain relief only in 1 out of 4 or ...

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Sucrose Practices for Pain in Neonates Part B

Recent studies show that babies in hospital undergo an average of 4 to 5 painful procedures, such as heel lances, every day. Sucrose (sugar water) has been shown to be effective for reducing babies' pain during painful procedures. Unfortunately, sucrose is not used as often as it could be to ...

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The Evaluation Complementary Spirit Therapy

Distribution of subjects according to the group to be worked and place of data collection: Group to be worked: patients hospitalized in the medical and surgical clinic, orthopedics, neurology, emergency adult , gynecology and obstetrics and employees of the clinic hospital After randomization, participants included in the study will be ...

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Do Hydrophilic Catheters Decrease Pain and Discomfort of a Patient During Urodynamic Study

Urodynamic study usually starts with non-invasive uroflowmetry following by insertion of a urethral catheter (nelathon or tiemann tip) for measuring of post-void residual of urine. Insertion of a urethral catheter is usually accompanied by a discomfort and sometimes even a pain. In order to minimize these unpleasant feelings urodynamic technician ...

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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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Effectiveness of a Modern Educational Intervention in Breast Cancer Patients

In addition to fatigue, pain is the most frequent and persistent symptom following breast cancer and breast cancer treatment. Despite the effectiveness of different physical therapy modalities, such as manual techniques, passive mobilizations and exercises, many patients still experience pain and subsequent difficulties in daily functioning at short and long ...

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