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A listing of Headaches 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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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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Preferences in Pain Treatment: A Discrete Choice Experiment in Patients With Peripheral Neuropathic Pain (pNP)

The objective of this study is to identify and weight attributes of topic and systemic pain treatment options relevant from the patients' perspective with peripheral neuropathic pain. The study will use a discrete choice experimental design to reach its objective.

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Addiction Treatment in Primary Care Expansion

Among Veterans receiving healthcare from the Veterans Health Administration (VA), there has been sharp rise in the number of veterans diagnosed with opioid use disorder (OUD). In 2013, 25,031 Veterans had OUD and in 2017, Veterans with OUD nearly tripled to 69,142.6 As the largest direct provider of addiction treatment ...

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CandeSpartan Study. Candesartan Spanish Response-prediction and Tolerability Study

CandeSpartan Study Candesartan Spanish Response-prediction and Tolerability study Observational study on response predictors and tolerability of Candesartan in usual clinical practice INTRODUCTION Migraine is a neurological disease with a prevalence of 14% of the population 1, 2. It is the second most disabling disease in terms of years of life ...

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NEPAL (Neuromodulatory Examination of Pain and Mobility Across the Lifespan)

Chronic musculoskeletal pain (CMP) is the most common, non-malignant disabling condition that affects at least one in four older people. The most common painful musculoskeletal conditions among older adults are osteoarthritis, low back pain, fibromyalgia, chronic shoulder pain, knee pain, myofascial pain syndrome and previous fracture sites. Recent studies demonstrate ...

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The Multi-Ethnic Lifestyle Study

It is well reported that lifestyle behaviours can play a significant role in health, contributing towards chronic disease and mortality. The World Health Organisation (WHO) describes behavioural risk factors as 'the epidemic of the 21st Century', defining a strategic objective to not only promote health and development, but to prevent ...

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KLOS Study - Korean Medicine Registry for Low Back Pain Patients a Prospective Observational Multicenter Pilot Study

KLOS, prospective, multi-center, patient registry pilot study will collaborate with 7 Korean medicine hospitals and plan to recruit low back pain patients into the registry. 150 eligible patients with new episode of LBP who visit Korean medicine hospital without any other treatment history will enroll to the registry. After enrollment, ...

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New Daily Persistent Headache Biomarkers Study

New daily persistent headache is a debilitating syndrome which is seldom researched, poorly understood, and without effective treatments. Chronic migraine is a more common but similarly disabling disorder. The goal of this study is to evaluate the blood levels of two proteins involved with pain signaling; calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) ...

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BACk Pain in Elders in Norway (BACE-N)

Back pain represent a considerable burden worldwide, and is predominantly managed in primary care. Between 2010 and 2050, the number of people aged 60 years and older will increase by 56% in developed countries, and this transition will increase the burden of chronic back disability. Most previous studies on (low) ...

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Longitudinal Cohort Study - for the Treatment of Acute Postoperative Pain and Postoperative Delirium Postoperative Cognitive Dysfunctions and Chronic Pain.

There are strong evidence-based recommendations for an appropriate assessment and treatment of postoperative pain. Due to the complex and subjective nature of pain, an adequate pain therapy is an extremely challenging task, and the under- or overdosing of analgesics are common. An inadequate pain therapy leads to patient dissatisfaction, post-operative ...

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