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Cancer Pain Clinical Trials

A listing of Cancer 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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Nalbuphine and Flurbiprofen for Oculoplastic Surgery

In this randomized controlled clinical trial, we evaluated the postoperative analgesic efficacy and adverse effects of flurbiprofen axetil combined with nalbuphine in patients undergoing oculoplastic surgery compared with a single dose of flurbiprofen axetil or nalbuphine.

Phase N/A

Lidocaine Jelly for Pain Control During Mohs Surgery

Hypothesis: Supplementing lidocaine/epinephrine injections with intralesional lidocaine jelly will decrease the overall quantity of lidocaine/epinephrine injectable used, and will decrease patients' self-reported pain/anxiety associated with needle sticks. Objectives: To assess how using lidocaine jelly in Mohs surgery impacts 1) the overall quantity of lidocaine/epinephrine injectable needed to maintain anesthesia, and ...

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Continuous IntraVenous Infusion of Ketamine in Terminally Ill Cancer Patients

There are approximately 20 percent patients of refractory cancer pain, which is troubled with uncontrolled pain though treatment including opioids. Ketamine has been showed the performance of Ketamine, N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor blocker, in refractory cancer pain based on prior studies. We cannot yet confirm the role of Ketamine comparing the ...

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Web-based Collaborative Care Intervention Study

The investigators will enroll patients at two UPMC sites: Montefiore Hospital, an academic medical center, and Passavant Hospital, a community based hospital. Based on our sample size estimate the investigators will have at least 364 patients and caregivers with complete data at 12 months follow up. The patient and caregiver ...

Phase N/A

Validation of the Critical-Care Pain Observation Tool (CPOT) in the Greek Population

The aim of this study is to validate the Critical-Care Pain Observation Tool (CPOT) in the setting of the Intensive care unit (ICU). Prior to patient recruitment the tool will be translated by the method of translation-back translation by Greek and English native speakers. The study is designed as a ...

Phase N/A

Hypnosis and Meditation for Cancer Pain

At any given time, 2-8 Veterans are receiving treatment for head/neck cancer at VAPSHCS, which typically involves daily appointments over a period of 6-7 weeks. Some have tumor pain prior to treatment; many of those who do not have pain at the outset experience significant pain by week 3 of ...

Phase N/A

Exercise Program Among Lung Cancer Dyads

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE: I. Determine the feasibility and acceptability of a progressive exercise program initiated after lung cancer diagnosis among patient partner dyads. SECONDARY OBJECTIVE: I. Examine the preliminary effects of partnered exercise on physical function, depression, adherence to lung cancer treatments, QOL and social support . OUTLINE All participants complete ...

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Surgery Prevention by Transforaminal Injection of Epidural Steroids for Cervical Radicular Pain

Cervical radicular pain is a common cause of disability and pain in the upper extremity and neck with an annual incidence of 83.2/100,000 (1). The initial treatment is conservative and includes relative rest, use of anti-inflammatory and analgesic medication, as well as physical therapy and home exercise. For patients who ...

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Load Modification Versus Standard Exercise for Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome

Greater trochanteric pain syndrome (GTPS), or lateral hip pain, is associated with muscle weakness, altered movement patterns and painful daily activities. The disability associated with GTPS is comparable to end stage hip osteoarthritis, primarily affecting young and middle aged women. Few non-operative treatments have demonstrated long-term lasting or satisfactory results. ...

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Medication Education for Dosing Safety

Acetaminophen and ibuprofen are two of the most commonly used medication products among children <12 years old, and these medications are frequently prescribed for patients leaving the emergency department (ED), but previous studies have shown that parents often leave the ED unsure of how to safely dose these medications at ...

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