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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 (21) clinical trials

Sub-dissociative Intranasal Ketamine for Pediatric Sickle Cell Pain Crises

This is a randomized, placebo-controlled, drug trial using sub-dissociative intranasal ketamine as an adjunct to standard pharmacotherapy for the management of pediatric sickle cell disease vasoocclusive pain crises in resource-poor settings. Pediatric patients will be enrolled at a teaching and referral hospital in West Africa. Patients will be randomly assigned ...

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Ibuprofen Compared to Morphine as a Pediatric Postoperative Pain Management Tool Following Inguinal Surgery

The primary objective of this study is to determine the efficacy of ibuprofen in reducing postoperative pain in children recovering from inguinal surgery when compared to morphine. Thus, if stated as a research question, the problem to be addressed is: in children (10 months-5 years) who have recently undergone inguinal ...

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Evaluation of Post-PACU Pain Management in Pediatric Surgery

With the increased frequency and popularity of pediatric ambulatory surgery, there is a greater need for evaluation of the postoperative pain experience after discharge from the hospital. Pain is one of the most significant factors affecting the postoperative experience in adults, and also be true in the pediatric population. Control ...

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The Effects of Healing Touch on Post Operative Pediatric Patients

ABSTRACT Tonsillectomies and adenoidectomies (T&A) are the most commonly performed pediatric surgeries (NIH, 2010). Surgery is understandably anxiety provoking for children and for their families. Research has shown that anxiety influences post-operative recovery (Kain, 2004, 2012; Lynch, 1998; Schisler, 1998; Vaurio, 2006). Anxiety, emergence agitation and emergence delirium (EA/D) and ...

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Yoga for Pediatric Tension-Type Headache

Adolescents (ages 13 to 18) with TTH will be randomly assigned to either a Hatha yoga intervention (n = 20) or a wait-list control condition (n = 20). The yoga intervention will consist of 8 weekly classes lasting one hour each taught by an experienced yoga teacher. Each class will ...

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Pediatric Pain Assessment in the Emergency Department

Phase 1 is a qualitative assessment of how pain is currently evaluated in the pediatric ED. Initial triage encounters will be observed and audio recorded. In addition to determining how often the Wong Baker FACES Pain Rating Scale (WBF) is administered with the intended script, the investigators will determine if ...

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Clinical Decision Rule for Pediatric Intracranial Pathology

Background/Question: A significant number of children who present to the Emergency Department (ED) with headache or migraine undergo head imaging with Computed Tomography (CT) or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). However, there is relatively low yield in imaging neurologically normal patients based on prior studies. The goal of this study is ...

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Efficacy of the Buzzy Device on the Prevention of Health Care Induced Pediatric Pain in a Vaccination Center

In vaccination centers, venipunctures and vaccinations are sources of pain and anxiety in pediatric patients. Prior painful experiences can reduce the acceptance of later health care, hence making it more difficult for both patients and nurses. The topical anesthetic cream (lidocaine, prilocaine) and the non-pharmacological (distraction and relaxation) interventions which ...

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Screening for Fabry Disease in a Pediatric Population at Risk

The purpose of this study is to assess the frequency of Fabry disease in children with chronic abdominal pain or chronic pain in the extremities

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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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