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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 (48) clinical trials

Chronic Pediatric Pain

The purpose will be to study the functional impact of pediatric chronic pain on children, and their families. Focus will be on the impact of pain on school functioning, social functioning, psychological functioning and family functioning of pediatric chronic pain.

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Evaluate The Pharmacokinetics and Safety Of Oxycodone Oral Solution In Pediatric and Adolescent Subjects

This is a Phase IV study to characterize the pharmacokinetics and to evaluate the safety of Oxycodone Oral Solution administered to pediatric and adolescent subjects for postoperative pain. It is an open label, multicenter study conducted at up to 10 sites. Subjects will be enrolled preoperatively up to 14 days ...

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An Observational Study of Post-cesarean Delivery Respiratory Patterns Using a Non-invasive Minute Ventilation Monitor (Exspiron System)

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the breathing patterns of women who undergo cesarean delivery with spinal or epidural morphine for post-operative pain control in the first day after surgery. Some women who undergo cesarean delivery may be at risk for respiratory complications related to opiate administration for ...

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Clinical Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness Safety and Tolerability of Oxymorphone Immediate Release (IR) Oral Liquid in Post Surgical Pediatric Subjects

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the efficacy, tolerability, safety and pharmacokinetics of Oxymorphone HCl as an analgesic for acute moderate to severe post-operative pain in pediatric subjects.

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Randomized Double-blind Placebo Controlled Cross Over Design Topical Morphine for Analgesia in Pediatric Procedures

The use of an opioid such as morphine topical gel 30 minutes before a procedure would be effective in reducing pain in children. It has proven effective analgesic with minimal adverse effects, especially in children older than 6 months, and even its use is authorized in young children.

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Spinal Versus Caudal Analgesia After Pediatric Infra-umbilical Surgery

The historic view that young children neither respond to, nor remember, painful experiences to the same degree as adults is no longer thought to be true. About 40% of pediatric surgical patients experienced moderate or severe postoperative pain and 75% had insufficient analgesia. -Pediatric acute pain services use techniques of ...

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Intranasal Dexmedetomidine Sedation and Analgesia During Pediatric Emergency Room Procedures

The study objective is to determine if intranasal dexmedetomidine is a safe and effective sedative drug during small painful procedures in the pediatric emergency room. Patients of the pediatric emergency room at Oulu university hospital with any medical condition requiring a small painful procedure like i.v. cannulation or lumbar puncture ...

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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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Objective Markers of Pain Perception in Pediatric Emergency

Pain is a major problem in the care of children in pediatric emergencies. Indeed, its relief rests on the oral communication of the young patient, who does not always able to it (difficult to verbalize, fear of the hospital, problem mental development ...). There is no way in which pain ...

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