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Breast Pain Clinical Trials

A listing of Breast 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 (59) clinical trials

Trial of Acupuncture for Chronic Pain After Breast Cancer Treatment

Study Groups: If you are found to be eligible to take part in this study, you will be randomly assigned (as in a roll of dice) into 1 of 3 groups. This is done because no one knows if one study group is better, the same, or worse than the ...

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Impact of Osteopathy on Pain After Breast Cancer Surgery

Breast cancer can be painful following surgery or can develop later and remain persistent. Pain occurrence is frequent with 50% of women developing sequelae pain of varying intensity with an impact on the quality of life. One of the priorities of the 3rd French Cancer Plan is to preserve quality ...

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PECS I Block for Breast Subpectoral Implant Surgery

Breast augmentation surgery can cause important postoperative pain, especially when bilateral subpectoral implants are used. The investigators hypothesized that a technique of regional analgesia, the pectoral nerve block type I (or "PECS I block") would reduce pain within the first twenty-four hours and, in turn, morphine consumption and associated side ...

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PECS Block vs. Multimodal Analgesia for Prevention of Persistent Postoperative Pain in Breast Surgery

In this double blinded randomized placebo-controlled trial, 160 subjects scheduled for breast surgery involving the axilla will be administered a multimodal pain regimen including acetaminophen, dexamethasone, celecoxib, and gabapentin. 80 subjects will also receive a Pectoral Nerve blocks I and II (PECS I and II block) preoperatively.

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Art Therapy for Pain Relief in Breast Cancer Patients

Art therapy is a type of psychotherapy that uses making art and creative processes to allow patients to express feelings that may be difficult to put into words. It has been available at The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust since 1988. Patients are referred for a range of issues that ...

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Nature Sounds as a Pain and Anxiety Reducing Strategy in Patients Undergoing Breast Core Biopsy

For stereotactic biopsies, the experiment consists of six different parts: (1) A baseline 5 min biopsy planning period during which only imaging occurs after patient positioning and breast compression is complete, (2) One 2-min local anesthesia administration period during which the skin is injected with local anesthetic and an incision ...

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Effectiveness of a Modern Educational Intervention in Breast Cancer Patients

In addition to fatigue, pain is the most frequent and persistent symptom following breast cancer and breast cancer treatment. Despite the effectiveness of different physical therapy modalities, such as manual techniques, passive mobilizations and exercises, many patients still experience pain and subsequent difficulties in daily functioning at short and long ...

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PEC Block II in Mammoplasty Surgeries

Patients undergoing Breast Augmentation Mammoplasty were submitted to laryngeal mask placement after anesthetic induction with Fentanyl 3ucg/kg , Propofol 2mg/kg and Atracurium 0,5mg/kg and surgery was performed under standard surgical practices. Before the surgical incision patients were randomized either to receive a Bilateral Pectoralis Major Block(PEC I and II) with ...

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Fractional CO2 Laser Therapy Versus 4% Topical Lidocaine Gel for Dyspareunia in Breast Cancer Survivors

This is a randomized trial to determine the comparative effectiveness of the CO2RE laser device relative to topical lidocaine in treating dyspareunia among breast cancer survivors. The large and growing population of breast cancer survivors experience a significant burden of urogenital symptoms including dyspareunia. Several studies have evaluated the feasibility ...

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Erector Spinae Plane Block Versus Paravertebral Block

Paravertebral block (PVB) has been shown to provide excellent analgesia for major breast surgery. Advantages of a PVB technique include reduced postoperative pain, analgesic consumption, opioid-related side effects, and shorter post anesthesia care unit (PACU) stay. There is also evidence to suggest that PVB may have a favorable impact on ...

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