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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

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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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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Neurosurgical Transitional Care Programme

Discharge Program Process Abbreviations: AA: administrative assistant; MRN: medical record number; OT: occupational therapy; PT: physical therapy; and TCT = Transitional Care Team. CLINIC (pre-enrolment) Patient has clinic visit with surgeon and is identified for surgery Surgeon identifies that the patient is eligible to participate in the program and consents ...

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Oxybutynin for Post-surgical Bladder Pain and Urgency

Pain after bladder surgery is typically controlled with narcotics, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, acetaminophen, regional anesthesia (caudal or epidural) and/or bladder muscle (detrusor) antispasmodic medication. It is often difficult to distinguish bladder pain from a sensation of urinary urgency and most likely patients are experiencing both sensations despite the bladder being ...

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Chronic Pain and Minor Breast Cancer Surgery

This is a prospective observational study assessing the interest of preoperative thoracic block (injection of local anesthetic around the serratus muscle under ultrasound guidance) in the prevalence of chronic pain 3 months after a conservative breast cancer surgery. Information on the present survey was given during pre-operative consultation and signed ...

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Sensory Abnormalities in Post-surgical Peripheral Neuropathy

Quantitative sensory testing (QST) is defined as perceptually quantifiable responses to graded chemical (capsaicin), electrical, mechanical (pressure, punctate, vibratory, and light touch) or thermal (cool, warmth, cold pain, and heat pain) stimuli. Thus, QST is a psychophysical method primarily assessing small nerve fiber function in the skin. The method is ...

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Endobronchial Intubation of Double-lumen Tube: Conventional Method vs Fiberoptic Bronchoscope Guide Method

Double lumen tube (DLT) needs to be intubated to isolate ventilations of left and right lungs for thoracic surgery. Post-operative sore throat and hoarseness are more frequent with DLT intubation than with single one. Which is may because DLT is relatively thicker, harder, sideway curved and therefore more likely 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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Pediatric Postoperative Pain Management in Surgical Wards - an Intervention Study

This study will be conducted on four surgical wards in one university hospital in Norway. There will be used different methodological approaches for data collections (interviews, questionnaire, observational study) with four measurement points; baseline (T1), and one month (T2), six months (T3) and 12 months (T4) after intervention. To get ...

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