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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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Found (159) clinical trials

A Pilot Study at a Single-Institution of Pregabalin in the Management of Mucositis Pain in Patients Undergoing Chemoradiation Therapy to the Head and Neck.

To assess the efficacy of pregabalin in the management of mucositis pain in patients receiving radiotherapy to the head and neck. Eligible study subjects will be enrolled among those being treated for oropharyngeal cancer with definitive chemotherapy and radiation therapy (photons) to the head and neck in the Department of ...

Phase N/A

Gabapentin for the Reduction of Radiation Therapy Induced Pain During the Treatment of Oropharyngeal Cancer

The specific aims of this proposed study include the following: Evaluate the reduction or delay of mucositis related pain and morbidity with the use of gabapentin in patients with stage III or IV oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma undergoing definitive radiation with concurrent chemotherapy as part of their cancer management, compared ...

Phase

Effects of ECA on Quality of Life in Head and Neck Cancer Patients Suffering From Cetuximab-induced Rhagades

The SUPPORT trial is an open-label, prospective, randomized, national multicenter intervention study to evaluate the effectiveness of ethyl-2-cyanoacrylate versus the standard treatment of each institution on the pain intensity and QoL in patients with locally advanced head and neck cancer suffering from painful cetuximab-induced rhagades during radioimmunotherapy.

Phase N/A

Treatment of Opioid-refractory Pain (WHO Level III) by Pituitary Radiosurgery

80% of palliative care cancer patients suffer from severe pain. The management of these pain improves the quality of life of these patients. The management of opioid pain refractory to date remains a difficulty for caregivers. Hypophysectomy performed to try to control hormone-dependent neoplasia also help relieve pain associated with ...

Phase N/A

Effect of Pectoral Nerve Block on Post-op Pain in Patients Undergoing Mastectomy and Immediate Reconstruction

Patients undergoing total mastectomy with immediate breast reconstruction with a tissue expander or implant under general anesthesia will be randomly assigned to the addition of a pectoral nerve block or no regional block after induction of general anesthesia and prior to the start of surgery. Post-operative pain scores and post-operative ...

Phase

Myofascial Induction in Breast Cancer Survivors

Background: To investigate the immediate effects of myofascial induction on perceived pain and anxiety, cervical/shoulder range of motion and mood state in breast cancer survivors suffering shoulder/arm morbidity. Methods: Randomized, single-blind, placebo-controlled cross-over study. Twenty-one enrolled participants who had a diagnosis of breast cancer stage I-IIIA and had completed adjuvant ...

Phase

Measuring the Effects of Touch Relaxation Painful Patients in Oncologie Nursing

Measure the impact of touch relaxation on pain communicative patients suffering from chronic pain of cancer origin inpatient Oncology. measure over three days the effects on pain anxiety welfare and consumption of analgesics

Phase N/A

A Study to Compare the Titration Efficacy and Safety of Control-released Oxycodone and Immediate-released Oxycodone in Patients With Moderate to Severe Cancer Pain

This is an interventional, open label, randomized controlled study carrying in multi-centers. Eighty opioid-naive patients with moderate to severe cancer pain ( 4) in outpatient department (OPD), who agreed and signed informed consent will be randomly assigned in a 1:1 ratio to receive CR + IR oxycodone or conventional IR ...

Phase

A Comparison of Exparel to Bupivacaine in TAP Block for Abdominal Gynecologic Surgery

The proposed pilot study is evaluating the use of Exparel in an anesthesia protocol for patients undergoing major lower abdominal gynecologic surgery. Exparel is a formulation of liposomal bupivicaine that is reputed to have a much longer duration of action compares to bupivacaine. Exparel has been originally demonstrated to be ...

Phase

Real-time Cancer Pain Assessment and Intervention

Cancer pain is a common symptom exists in malignant tumor patients, which bother the patients and decrease the quality of life. The goal of the study is that using the real-time monitoring and intervention system will alleviate cancer pain better than the standard cancer pain treatment. The cloud computing concept ...

Phase