HYPIC Hypnosis for Procedural Pain in the Intensive Care Unit (HYPIC)

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    Rennes University Hospital
Updated on 2 February 2023


Procedural pain in resuscitation is common in the conscious patient. However, analgesia and sedation may be impossible because of the acute pathology leading to resuscitation, comorbidities or the urgency of the invasive procedure. In addition, the use of analgesics and sedatives is responsible for adverse effects. In this context, hypnosis appears to be an additional analgesic tool that would reduce the consumption of analgesics and sedatives and thus reduce their side effects.

Condition Invasive Procedure
Treatment hypnosis, No hypnosis
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04129333
SponsorRennes University Hospital
Last Modified on2 February 2023

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