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Pain (Pediatric) Clinical Trials

A listing of Pain (Pediatric) 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 (47) clinical trials

Effect of Ketorolac on Post Adenotonsillectomy Pain

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) as an indication for adenotonsillectomy has increased significantly over the past ten years, and now has surpassed recurrent tonsillitis as the most common indication for this procedure. Opioids continue to be the most commonly administered pain medication for these procedures. Studies have shown that patients with ...

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Multicenter Study for Pediatric Subjects Evaluating Pharmacokinetics and Safety of EXPAREL

This is a Phase 3, two-part, multi-center, open-label study designed to evaluate the PK and safety profile of EXPAREL in pediatric subjects aged 6 to less than 17 years when administered intraoperatively at the end of surgery via local infiltration. 90 pediatric subjects undergoing spine and/or cardiac surgeries are planned ...

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Treatment of Spondylolysisin Pediatric Patients.

A clinical trial comparing effectiveness of a soft spinal brace and a rigid thoracolumbar orthosis will be performed. Patients will choose the treatment method (patient preference). One option is to be treated, as what is known as a golden standard, with a hard thoracolumbar brace (Boston brace) worn daily for ...

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Narcotic vs. Non-narcotic Pain Regimens After Pediatric Appendectomy

There is concern that pain prescription after outpatient pediatric surgical procedures is excessive and is in excess of patient need. Current practice following pediatric appendectomy is to prescribe all children with 5-15 doses of narcotic pain medication upon discharge regardless of their age, severity of appendicitis, or pain control in ...

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Assessment of Pain Monitoring With ANI/NIPE Monitor Program in Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Postoperative.

ANI/NIPE monitors is a continuous noninvasive measurement of the parasympathetic tone, as a component of the autonomous nervous system. It uses the tiny variations of heart rate induced by each respiratory cycle (natural or induced) to quantify parasympathetic tone (respiratory sinus arrhythmia). Developed in surgical units, the ANI monitor has ...

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Gabapentin Premedication to Reduce Postoperative Pain for Pediatric Tonsillectomy

This double blinded randomized control trial will enroll 50 children age 3-18 years, undergoing T/As from a regional healthcare organization. Patients will be receiving either one gabapentin dose (15mg/kg up to 600mg) or placebo preoperatively. Both control and test group will receive the standard narcotic regimen intraoperatively. Additionally, young children ...

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Efficacy of Mindfulness as an Intervention in the Pediatric Emergency Department

Emergency room visits can be a particularly stressful experience for children. It is well-known that among pediatric patients, increased anxiety and stress levels can contribute to less pain tolerance and higher pain scores. Increased levels of anxiety can also lead to difficulty communicating needs and building a good patient-provider relationship. ...

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Pediatric Postoperative Analgesia Herniorrhaphy Study

This is a Phase 2, double-blind study in pediatric subjects undergoing inguinal herniorrhaphy.

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Quadratus Lumborum Block Versus Caudal Block for Pediatric Postoperative Analgesia

Regional anesthesia and analgesia techniques are commonly used during pediatric surgical practice to facilitate pain control, decrease parenteral opioid requirements and improve the quality of post-operative pain control and patient-parent satisfaction. The most commonly used technique is caudal anesthesia, which is generally indicated for urologic surgery, inguinal hernia repair and ...

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Nebulized Sub-dissociative Dose Ketamine at Three Different Dosing Regimens for Treating Acute Pain in the Pediatric ED

STUDY DESIGN Subjects: Pediatric patients aged 7-17 years presenting to the ED with acute painful conditions such as traumatic and non-traumatic abdominal, flank, back, musculoskeletal pain, vaso-occlusive painful crisis of sickle cell disease, and lacerations with a pain score of 5 or more on a standard 11- point (0 to ...

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