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Post-Surgical Pain Clinical Trials

A listing of Post-Surgical 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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Bilateral Cervical Plexus Hydrodissection in Veterans With PTSD

PTSD is a well-recognized debilitating mental health condition associated with previous trauma exposure. It is part of the DSM-5 Trauma and Stressor related disorders category. The National Vietnam Veterans Readjustment Study found that the lifetime prevalence of PTSD among veterans is 18.7%. However, most statistics regarding the prevalence of PTSD …

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Effectiveness and Safety of Korean Medicine Treatment for Cervical Disc Herniation

This is a prospective observational study to the aim of investigating the effectiveness and safety of integrative Korean medicine treatment (generally consisting of herbal medicine, Chuna manual medicine, bee venom pharmacopuncture and pharmacopuncture, acupuncture, electroacupuncture, and cupping) in cervical disc herniation patients with neck pain or cervical radiculitis diagnosed by …

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Personalizing Perioperative Analgesia in Children

Measures and Procedures: Participants will receive standard care, standard anesthetic and an intraoperative dose of morphine per the clinical team. Research procedures will include: Blood draws for genotyping candidate genes and exploratory genes Standardized PACU (post anesthesia care unit) Protocol: Subjective pain assessments: Numerical Rating Scale (NRS) 0 to 10. …

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Suicide Prevention for Patients With Chronic Pain

Every day, 120 people die from suicide, that is one person every 15 minutes.1 Suicide prevention treatments focus on those at highest risk and are primarily delivered as mental health treatments,2-5 and yet 70% of patients with suicide risk do not attend mental health treatment. Developing treatment for patients not …

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Dyadic Pain Management Program for Older Adults and Informal Caregivers With Chronic Pain

Participants This study is a dyadic intervention. Target populations are older adults and informal caregivers with chronic pain. A pair of informal caregiver and older adult will be regarded as a dyad. Dyads will be recruited in the community following the snowball sampling, the eligibility will be accessed based on …

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SubArachnoid Hemorrhage HEadache Treated by Lumbar Puncture

After aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (aSAH) almost 90 % of patients experience a severe headache during their hospital stay. Pain control often requires high doses of opioid drugs and sedation that remain only partially efficacious. In addition, there is to the investigator's knowledge currently no recommendation or consensus on aSAH related …

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Impact of Muscle Degeneration in Chronic Low Back Pain

This is a prospective cohort study. Patients with lumbar degenerative diseases and symptoms of nerve compression (radiculopathy or neurogenic claudication) who will undergo surgical treatment for neural decompression (discectomy, foraminotomy or laminectomy). The cohort will be followed by a team researcher (not blinded to the purpose of the study) at …

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Rapid Acute Coronary Syndrome Exclusion Using High-sensitivity I Troponin

This is a pragmatic, implementation study testing the implications of a real-world execution of a rapid evaluation pathway for suspected ACS using the Beckman hs-cTnI assay. As the new protocol is executed across 9 EDs within an integrated health system, we will study its effects on patient and system-level metrics. …

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Living in Full Even (LIFE) With Pain Study

This study involves participating in eight videoconference group treatment sessions and telephone interviews over the course of approximately eight to nine months. All study procedures will take place over videoconferencing computer software, online, or by telephone. There are no in-person visits for the study. Participants wear an activity monitor for …

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Betamethasone (Betapred ) as Premedication for Reducing Postoperative Vomiting and Pain After Tonsillectomy

Steroids are used routinely aiming to reduce pain and nausea, especially in surgery with high levels of postoperative pain. The majority of international studies on tonsillectomy (TE) are performed on dexamethasone which is used in large parts of the world. Use of steroids when TE is performed on children are …

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