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Vomiting Clinical Trials

A listing of Vomiting 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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We are enrolling volunteers for a clinical research study evaluating the safety and efficacy of an investigational drug for individuals with Diabetic Gastroparesis. Qualified participants must: Ages 18 to 75 Have Diabetes Type 1 or 2 at least 5 years Have symptoms of nausea or vomiting, abdominal pain, bloating or ...

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Efficacy Safety Score in Postoperative Management

The primary aim of this project is to determine whether postoperative patients may benefit from the Efficacy Safety Score (ESS) as a tool for postoperative clinical decision support, with a special focus on the first 24 hours after discharge from the postoperative care unit.

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Olanzapine for Nausea After Surgery

Ambulatory surgery is occurring with rapidly increasing frequency as surgical and anesthetic techniques have improved and pressure to reduce health-care costs has increased. While there are many benefits to recovering from surgery within the home, a significant disadvantage is the lack of rapid access to a healthcare provider when postoperative ...

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Optimizing the Previs Device for Prediction of Postoperative Ileus

Following major abdominal surgery, up to 30% of patients develop a poorly understood condition known as ileus. When ileus occurs, the bowels shut down and patients often develop abdominal dissension, nausea, vomiting, and even more serious complications. Because this condition does not develop until many days after surgery has been ...

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Metoclopramide-Ondansetron vs. Metoclopramide Therapy for Treatment of Nausea and Vomiting Post Laparoscopic Surgery

This is a prospective, randomized, double-blind controlled clinical trial. Written informed consent will be obtained from patients. Patients will be randomly assigned using the sealed envelope technique into 2 equal groups: Group 1: Patients will receive 10 mg metoclopramide with 4mg ondansetron before induction of general anesthesia. Group 2: Patients ...

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Topical Capsaicin for Cyclical Vomiting

This is a phase 2 randomized controlled trial testing the effect of topical capsaicin for the relieve of nausea and vomiting.

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QLB and Laparoscopic Nephrectomy Postoperative Pain and Recovery

There are ca 900 new cases of kidney cancer in Finland/year. The curative therapy for kidney cancer is partial or total nephrectomy depending on the localization and the size of tumor. Main of these operations are laparoscopic. Epidural analgesia is considered as most effective for the treatment of postoperative pain ...

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Pre-op Paravertebral Blocks to Decrease Post-op Pain Following Mastectomy With Immediate TE Reconstruction

This double-blind, randomized, controlled clinical trial comparing patient-reported pain and pain medication/narcotic use between patients randomized to treatment (ropivacaine) or placebo (saline) delivered via paravertebral block to the mastectomy site. Candidates will have chosen to have a mastectomy on one side immediately followed with tissue expander placement breast reconstruction. Patients ...

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Enhanced Recovery Strategies in Elective Breast Surgery

Bilateral breast reduction and bilateral breast augmentation are both routine plastic surgery procedures commonly performed on an outpatient basis. While patient satisfaction following these procedures is high, postoperative pain management can be challenging, resulting in decreased patient satisfaction, delayed recovery including delayed return to work and daily activities, increased opioid ...

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Designing Optimal Prevention and Management of Postoperative Nausea and Emesis for Patients Undergoing Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy

To test this hypothesis, participants undergoing sleeve gastrectomy will be randomized to two groups: control vs Nausea specific-intervention group. All subjects will be assessed with a nausea specific questionnaire at 1, 4, 12, 24 hours and 3 weeks after surgery. Patient satisfaction with recovery will be assessed using specialized questionnaires ...

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