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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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Is PECS Block Equivalent to Paravertebral Block in Preventing Postoperative Pain After Breast Surgery?

Aim of the study is to compare paravertebral block and PECS block success rate in patients undergoing elective breast surgery (mastectomy or quadrantectomy) with a combined anesthesia technique. Primary outcome is block success rate defined as a VAS score of 30 or less in PACU and at 6, 12 and ...

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Acupressure for Pain and Opioid Use Among Breast Cancer Patients

Chronic pain following breast cancer surgery is a significant problem for women. There are over 3 million women in the United States living as breast cancer survivors. Sustained post-surgical pain is one of the most troubling side-effects for these women and continues to affect around 25-60% of breast cancer survivors, ...

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Focal Breast Pain: Does a Normal Ultrasound Provide Reassurance?

Protocol Title: Focal Breast Pain: Does a normal ultrasound provide reassurance? Purpose of the Study: The investigator hypothesizes that a benign directed ultrasound, when performed after a normal digital mammogram, will provide women with focal breast pain additional reassurance that the etiology of their symptom is benign. Background & Significance: ...

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Acupuncture for Vasectomy Pre-procedural Anxiety and Pain Control in the Primary Care Setting

The investigators will compare auricular (ear) and body acupuncture (Koffman protocol) versus clinic standardized pre-vasectomy medications to determine which has better outcomes at improving pre-procedural anxiety and procedural pain relief and medication usage in adult male patients following vasectomy. In this efficacy trial, the investigators hypothesize that acupuncture will provide ...

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Effect of Acupuncture on Nausea Vomiting Pain PGE2 and IL 6 in Septorhinoplasty

Patients will be determined as Group A: Acukupuncture group and Group C as Control group and 35 patients will be included in the study. Both groups will be given an intravenous (i.v) route in the preoperative patient room, PGE2, IL 6 will be taken for blood and 0.09% NaCl will ...

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Comparison of Erector Spinae Plane Block With Serratus Anterior Plane Block for Breast Surgery

Preoperative preparation: History taking, physical examination, and investigations will be done according to the local protocol designed to evaluate the patients. This includes complete blood count, blood sugar level, serum urea and creatinine, liver function tests, coagulation profile and electrocardiogram (ECG). Before surgery, the participants will receive education about the ...

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Partial Breast Versus no Irradiation for Women With Early Breast Cancer

International standard of therapy is to provide adjuvant breast radiation therapy (RT) after breast conserving surgery for an early breast cancer to lower the risk of local and distant failures. However, breast cancer is a heterogeneous disease, and the gain from RT in selected low risk patients is low. RT ...

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Ultrasound Guided Erector Spinae Plane Block in Breast Surgery

two groups will be enrolled the control group will receive local anaethetic only and the spread will be observed by floroscope. the seconed group, hyaloronidase will be added to local anaesthetics and the spread will be studied under image.

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Evaluation in the Treatment of Neuropathic Pain Post Breast Surgery

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in Europe. Therefore, breast cancer has become a chronic disease and patients need to learn to live with it as well as with the adverse effects related to the disease itself or to the therapies used. As noted in the third ...

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Women Empowered Through Education to Breastfeed

Despite the relative ubiquity of breastfeeding-related pain, exploratory studies suggest women are largely unprepared for breastfeeding-related pain in the early postpartum period [1-3]. In turn, postpartum women often experience an incongruence between how breastfeeding is idealized by Western society, and the reality of their early breastfeeding experiences. Furthermore, painful breastfeeding ...

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