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Anesthesia (Local) Clinical Trials

A listing of Anesthesia (Local) 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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Anesthesia for Pain After Ankle Fracture Surgery

This pilot study will test the hypothesis that prolonged regional peripheral nerve block will reduce development of chronic pain in patients undergoing surgery for ankle fracture. Regional nerve block using local anesthetics delivered by ambulatory pump is used in some types of surgeries but is not routine for ankle fracture ...

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Continous Lumbar Plexus Block in Children

Paediatric patients undergoing orthopaedic surgery can experience severe pain in the postoperative period. When pain interferes with mobilization and joint movement, the rehabilitation phase is prolonged and painful. Approximately 13% of the children undergoing orthopaedic surgery report symptoms of chronic pain. Therefore, optimal pain treatment should be provided during and ...

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The Analgesic Efficacy of the Ultrasound-Guided Femoral Articular Branch Block for Ambulatory Hip Arthroscopy

Hip arthroscopy is a surgical technique that is gaining popularity for its diagnostic and therapeutic role in the management of adult hip pain. This procedure is frequently associated with severe post-operative pain despite the practice of injecting the hip joint with local anesthetics at the end of the procedure and ...

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Serratus Intercostal Plane Block in Video Assisted Thoracic Surgery

The proposed randomized controlled trial aims at comparing the opioid use per- and postoperatively in patients with versus without SIP block undergoing VATS. We hypothesize that use of a SIP block results in less opioid use during and the first 24 hours after VATS as compared with patients without SIP ...

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Effectiveness of DentalVibe in Reducing Injection Pain and Anxiety During Local Anaesthesia in Children

Achieving local anaesthesia in children is one of the critical aspects of pain management. In recent years, several innovative dental appliances have been developed on the concept to reduce the pain of needle injection by applying pressure, vibration, microoscillations or a combination of them. he aim of this study is ...

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Ultrasound-guided Peripheral Nerve Block Versus Forearm Bier's Block in Patients Undergoing Carpal Tunnel Release

Introduction In Belgium, several ways of anesthesia are used to perform hand surgery, being general anesthesia, intravenous regional anesthesia as well as locoregional anesthesia. Locoregional anesthesia and intravenous regional anesthesia are often performed since patients can be discharged from the hospital more rapidly. A forearm intravenous regional anesthesia (IVRA; mini-Bier's ...

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Variable Perception of Cutaneous Stimulation

Perception of cutaneous sensory stimulation shows a large range of variability across multiple populations. Understanding this variability is critical to medical practice as interpretation of discomfort and pain is critical to diagnosis and treatment. Further, procedural medicine involves inflicting pain on patients in the form of injection of local anesthetic. ...

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Analgesic Efficacy of Single-shot Erector Spinae Block for Thoracic Surgery

Purpose To investigate the postoperative analgesic effectiveness of the ultrasound-guided ESP block compared to a placebo injection for patients undergoing thoracoscopic wedge resection of the lung. Hypothesis Thoracoscopic surgery patients who receive an ESP block in addition to current standard of care, consisting of parenteral and enteral opioids and surgical ...

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Contribution of Hypnotic Analgesia to Local Anesthesia During Bronchial Endoscopy.

Bronchial endoscopy (or bronchial fibroscopy) is an invasive diagnostic examination performed extremely frequently in the Pneumology department of the Dijon University Hospital, with an average of 1200 procedures per year. It allows the pneumologist to see the first divisions of the bronchial tree but also to take samples for microbiological ...

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Dose-response Study of Spinally Administered Ropivacaine for Caesarean Section in Tall Parturients

The primary objective of this study is to determine the dose-response relationship of subarachnoid (spinal) administered ropivacaine to healthy tall parturients scheduled to undergo elective caesarean section under combined subarachnoid / epidural anaesthesia (CSEA) with co-administration of a fixed dose of fentanyl. The dose-response relationship will be described by determining ...

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