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Acute Pain Clinical Trials

A listing of Acute 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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Developing a Pain Identification and Communication Toolkit

The proposed research will develop, refine, and pilot test the Pain Identification and Communication Toolkit (PICT), an intervention to help family caregivers of community-dwelling persons with dementia identify pain symptoms and communicate those symptoms to health care providers. Informed by self-efficacy theory, PICT will include: a) training in administering an …

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Music Based Caregiving in Patients With Pain and Dementia

This is a cluster-randomized controlled trial including patients with dementia and pain living at different wards at eight nursing homes. About 12 nursing homes are selected to participate in Trondheim and in Oslo. All patients at the included nursing homes will be screened with respect to dementia and pain (see …

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Auricular Point Acupressure to Manage Pain in Patients With Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders

A waitlist pilot study will be conducted to examine the feasibility of a 4-week APA intervention. Participants and their caregivers will be enrolled into the study. Following the baseline assessment (1st home visit), participants will wait one month and will be randomized to an interventionist or caregiver-training group. Both groups …

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Telehealth Pain Self-Management for Employed Adults

Chronic pain is one of the most prevalent, disabling, and persistent comorbid conditions associated with physical disabilities, including limb loss, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and chronic neurodegenerative conditions such as multiple sclerosis. One half to two-thirds of adults with these conditions experience chronic pain. In addition to being …

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Communication and Activation in Pain to Enhance Relationships and Treat Pain With Equity

Background: Chronic pain affects 40-70% of Veterans and amounts to over $600 billion/year in direct medical costs and lost worker productivity. Racial disparities in pain treatment have been extensively documented. Minority patients, including Veterans, are more likely to be undertreated for pain. Minority Veterans have pain documented less frequently, undergo …

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TQL-block for Laparoscopic Hemicolectomy

Every year 350 patients undergo surgery due to colorectal cancer at Zealand University Hospital, Roskilde. The vast majority of the patients has to have part of their colon removed, a so-called hemicolectomy. The majority of the surgeries are performed using a minimal invasive laparoscopic technique where the bowl anastomosis is …

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Evaluation and Diagnosis of People With Pain and Fatigue Syndromes

This screening protocol is designed to facilitate patient recruitment to the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) clinical research studies on pain and fatigue syndromes. This protocol will also validate the newly developed Saligan Fatigue Questionnaire. Patients must meet the specific requirements of an IRB-approved research study; this protocol serves …

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Symptom Management for YA Cancer Survivors

More than 60,000 young adults (YAs) aged 18-39 are diagnosed with cancer in the US each year. Advances in treatment have yielded five year survival rates >70% suggesting that the majority of YAs will become long-term cancer survivors. Symptom (e.g., pain, fatigue, distress) interference is common for YA cancer survivors …

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SPRINT Peripheral Nerve Stimulation for the Treatment of Back Pain

The purpose of this study is to compare standard of care treatments for back pain to electrical stimulation. Electrical stimulation is delivering small amounts of electricity to the nerves in your low back. This study will use a device called the SPRINT Peripheral Nerve Stimulation (PNS) System. The SPRINT PNS …

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The SNAP Trial: SPRINT Peripheral Nerve Stimulation for the Treatment of Neuropathic Post-Amputation Pain

The purpose of this study is to determine if pain can be relieved by delivering small amounts of electricity (called "electrical stimulation") to the nerves in an individual's amputated leg.This study will involve the use of a Peripheral Nerve Stimulation (PNS) System that is made by SPR Therapeutics (the sponsor …

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