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Genomic Resources for Enhancing Available Therapies (GREAT1.0) Study

The Genomic Resource to Enhance Available Therapies (GREAT1.0) Study is a research program for personalized medicine. It is a highly annotated genetic and biosample resource for multiple nested observational cohort studies. It is designed to begin to understand the mechanisms underlying complex diseases using clinical information from the UPMC electronic ...

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Pain Predict Genetics

Pain is the most frequent cause of suffering and disability in society. Chronic pain seriously impairs quality of life of millions of people worldwide. 10-50% of surgical patients report chronic pain after surgery; up to 10% report severe pain. Thus, chronic pain is a significant medical and financial burden to ...

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Pain Processing and Pain Reporting in Patients With Alzheimer's Disease

The study investigates pain processing and pain reporting in patients with Alzheimers disease compared to healthy participants. Employing a within-subject design, the study includes patients with Alzheimers disease and healthy participants that are exposed to thermal stimuli. During the test session the facial expressions of the participant are video recorded. ...

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Pain Research: Innovative Strategies With Marijuana

The National Center for Health Statistics reports that approximately 76 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, affecting the lives of more Americans than cancer, diabetes, and heart disease combined. Perhaps because of its ubiquity and the challenge to its treatment, relief from chronic pain is by far the most commonly ...

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Biomarkers in Acute Cardiac Care

The primary aim of the study is to detect and evaluate new cardiac biomarkers, evaluate and improve acute coronary syndrome (ACS) risk scores, which takes into account clinical, gender specific, psycho-social and lifestyle-risk factors, protein patterns and genetic variability in addition to the classical risk factors with respect to the ...

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Evaluation and Diagnosis of People With Pain and Fatigue Syndromes

This screening protocol is designed to facilitate patient recruitment to the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) clinical research studies on pain and fatigue syndromes. This protocol will also validate the newly developed Saligan Fatigue Questionnaire. Patients must meet the specific requirements of an IRB-approved research study; this protocol serves ...

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Development of an Online Program to Help Manage Chronic Pain in Children and Teenagers

This research seeks to develop an internet-based programme to help teenagers manage pain at home using a variety of techniques that mirror clinical practice. This includes content from medicine, physiotherapy, nursing and psychological techniques, such as relaxation. The study will use interviews (one semi-structured interview and one 'think-aloud' interview per ...

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The Pre-hospital Evaluation of Sensitive Troponin (PRESTO) Study

The Investigators will aim to recruit up to 700 participants, aged 18-100, who call 999 with a complaint of chest pain and are subsequently attended by the ambulance service. A blood sample will be taken in the ambulance as well as information about the participant's symptoms, past medical history, physical ...

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Long-term Prognosis of Cluster Headache: a Retrospective Cohort Study

Cluster headache is a syndrome characterized by disabling headache and accompanying autonomic symptoms. Despite cluster headache is called "suicide headache", its natural history has not been well investigated. The investigators aimed to investigate its disease course, overall prognosis, and treatment pattern in retrospective cohort.

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TENS and Perioperative Fracture Patients

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is an affordable and non-invasive option for post-operative analgesia. Broadly, TENS devices deliver pulsed electrical impulses across skin to modulate pain. They are theorized to work through different mechanisms at multiple physiologic levels. Centrally, TENS units activate small-diameter sensory afferents (A nerve fibers), which in ...

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