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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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Found (60) clinical trials

Genetic Variants and Postoperative Pain

Background Severe acute pain as well as long-lasting pain after surgery and pain-related interference of daily activities are frequent. Some risk factors for severe pain after surgery in adults have been described, e.g. younger age and pre-existing chronic pain. The question arises whether a specific genetic background is related to ...

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NSS-2 BRIDGE Device in Post-Operative Pain Management

Potential subjects (from both the prospective interventional and control groups) will be recruited in the pre-surgical clinic of Dr. David Bartlett once they are scheduled for major abdominal surgery. Patients will be asked for their interest in pursuing a research study that involves wearing a percutaneous, auricular field stimulator for ...

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Continuous TQL Block for Elective Cesarean Section

The aim of this study is to investigate whether it is possible to prolong time to first opioid with the TQL block by inserting catheters bilaterally, providing continuous analgesia, in patients undergoing elective CS. Our hypothesis is that it will be possible to significantly extend time to first opioid with ...

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Continuous Infusions vs Scheduled Bolus Infusions

Regional anesthetic techniques are an integral part to many anesthetic approaches, providing both intraoperative and postoperative anesthesia and analgesia. Regional anesthesia peripheral nerve blocks have been shown to reduce postoperative pain and improve measures such as opioid requirements and readiness for discharge. By using a catheter technique for continuous peripheral ...

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The Effect of Abdominal Binder Use on Postoperative Pain and Mobility in Patients Undergoing Pelvic Surgery

To determine the effect of post-operative abdominal binder usage on total narcotic usage after undergoing surgery. To determine if abdominal binder usage results in decreased visual analog scale (VAS) pain scores and shorter time to first ambulation post operatively.

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Monitoring Postoperative Patient-controlled Analgesia (PCA)

Investigators will conduct a prospective intervention study including both nurses and patients in the study group. A web-based questionnaire will be used to collect the data from the participators. Inclusion criteria for the study group consisting of nurses will be registered nurses working in one of the two surgical wards ...

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Postoperative Pain in Adult Patients.

Each surgical intervention associated with even a minor tissue injury is a source of pain which needs to be effectively controlled. Although the Polish national guidelines for post-operative pain management have been published, many patients experience moderate and severe pain in the postoperative period. The aim of this study is ...

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Laparoscopic Gas Pressure and Postoperative Pain Score

In this study investigator planned to randomize patients into three groups ; in the first group abdominal entrance pressure will be 15 mmhg and intraoperative pressure will be 15 mmhg too ; in the second group again entrance pressure will be 15 mmhg , intraoperative pressure will be 12 mmhg ...

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Licorice Versus Sugar-water Gargling for Pain in Patients Recovering From Ear-Nose-Throat and Maxilla-Facial Surgery

Our primary aim is to determine whether licorice gargling provides meaningful analgesia after oral surgery. Specifically, we propose to test the primary hypothesis that gargling with licorice solution reduces pain after oral surgery more than gargling with sugar water. Because effective analgesia can reduce pain and/or opioid consumption, we will ...

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Effect of Dexmedetomidine on the Duration of Pain Control in ESP Block for Breast Surgery

Background and Objective: Whether partial or complete, mastectomy with axillary lymph node dissection is a painful surgery. Acute postoperative pain management is challenging and crucial due to high chances of it transforming into chronic pain. Erector spinae plane (ESP) block has been shown to be effective in managing post mastectomy ...

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