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Parecoxib vs Paracetamol in the Treatment of Acute Renal Colic

Eligible patients will be randomized to one of the two treatment groups. Group 1 patients will receive IV 1 g of Paracetamol while group 2 patients will receive 40 mg of Parecoxib IV. The Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) will be calculated on presentation and at 30 minutes after analgesia administration. ...

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Virtual Reality During Invasive Medical Procedures in an Emergency Department

Consultation in a hospital ED and the provided treatments are stressful, as it usually results from an unexpected event that has a negative impact on health. Also, an ED is a noisy and chaotic environment, which can increase anxiety and pain sensitivity related to certain medical procedures. Indeed, the conditions ...

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Enhancing Medication-based Analgesia in Humans- STUDY 2

This study will systematically evaluate whether a combination of pharmacotherapies can effectively alleviate chronic pain. Subjects will complete a screening session before completing 5 study sessions that will occur once weekly. Subjects will double-blind doses of study medications the morning of each experimental session, and will undergo standardized pain testing, ...


Lumbar Puncture in Emergency Under Nitrous OXide

Nitrous oxide (N2O) has analgesic and anxiolytic properties that are known for more than a century. Nonetheless, it's use during lumbar puncture in adults has only been investigated in a scheduled setting.Thus, this study is designed to evaluate the analgesic effect of N2O on the pain induced during lumbar puncture. ...


PECS Block in Partial Mastectomy for Postoperative Pain Control

Prior investigations have shown that use of intraoperative PECS blocks in patients undergoing a Modified Radical Mastectomy improves postoperative pain control and decreases postoperative narcotic use which will eventually mitigate the issue of dependence on narcotics postoperatively (Kulhari et al, Blanco et al). The aim of this study is to ...

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Postoperative Pain Recovery and Discharge Following Robot-assisted Laparoscopic Prostatectomy

Prospective, randomized study blinded to observers (spinal or no-spinal). All formal approvals will be obtained from different authorities prior to study start. It will be registered in an international database (clinicaltrials.gov). Patients > 18 years, ASA I-III, undergoing RALP will be included into the study. Patients on chronic opiate medication, ...


Fetal Life: Smart-Device Based Uterine Activity Monitoring

Pregnant patients are counseled to monitor the frequency and duration of contractions in order to know when to come to the hospital for evaluation. Once a pregnant patient arrives at the hospital, contraction monitoring is important to help diagnose labor, which is defined as contractions with cervical change. In the ...

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Pain Neuroscience Education and Physical Exercise Program in Chronic Back Pain

Justification: Chronic musculoskeletal pain (CMP) affects more than 20% of the population, its prevalence is increasing, generating suffering and high health expenditure. The current knowledge of neurophysiology of pain shows that the painful experience in CMP is not necessarily associated with peripheral tissue damage and is due more to an ...

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Effects of Spinal Cord Injury Exercise Guidelines

PROPOSED TRIAL. Using an integrated knowledge translation framework (iKT), the primary aim of this pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) is to examine the effects of 6 months of home-/community-based exercise, prescribed according to the SCI exercise guidelines, on chronic bodily pain experienced by adults with SCI. Secondary aims are to ...

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Evaluation of the Effects of Virtual Reality in Patients With Chronic Neck Pain

Chronic neck pain is one of the most common causes of pain and disability. Its prevalence is approximately 15% in adults and it is one of the main causes of medical leave and the increase of drug consumption. Recent research has found that neck pain is a common pathology among ...

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