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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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Sorry Not Sorry: Apologizing and Its Effect on Discomfort During Dressing Removal

Use of dressing is common place following surgery, allowing for wounds to be covered and protected. Dressing material with adhesive contact layers or adhesive tape is integral to sealing off the wound. Mechanical stripping of stratum corneum during dressing removal causes pain and discomfort. During dressing removal, practitioners may at ...

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Population Pharmacokinetic-Pharmacodynamic Study of Intravenous Oxycodone in Children

Oxycodone (14-hydroxy-7,8 dihydrocodeinone) is a strong, semisynthetic thebaine derivative -opioid receptor agonist. This drug is an effective alternative to morphine for moderate-to-severe pain. Oxycodone has been used parenterally or orally for perioperative analgesia or for cancer pain relief. The drug has a longer analgesic action than morphine. In terms of ...

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Intranasal (NAS) Ketamine for Cancer Pain

There are about 11.9 million Americans affected with cancer. 53% of patients with cancer experience pain at all stages of cancer. These patients often require high doses of opioids with uncontrolled pain that makes them too sedated to effectively participate in day-to-day activities and have a good quality of life. ...

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High-Sensitivity Troponin T Plasma Levels in Patients With Aortic Stenosis (Tyrolean Aortic Stenosis Study-2)

Development of symptoms such as heart failure, syncope or angina pectoris is the well-established indication for valve operation in patients with severe aortic stenosis. However, many patients tend to misinterpretate or even ignore symptom onset, and irreversible myocardial dysfunction may occur. Measurement of aortic valve area by transthoracic echocardiography using ...

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Early Physiotherapy Mandibular Motion and Sensorial Recovery After Orthognathic Surgery

Before the surgical intervention (T0) the maximum interincisal oral opening measurement, laterotrusion and maximum protrusion will be recorded by digital caliber. The overbite and the overjet, length of upper lip and lower facial third will be measured. The symmetry of the upper lip in a forced smile will be determined. ...

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Acute Pain Memory Among Former Burned: Exploration of fMRI.

It is a comparative and monocentric study. There are two groups. On the one hand, there is the former burned and, on the other hand, healthy volunteers. While they thought to painful memory or not, functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) will be performed. Then, investigators compare two functional Magnetic Resonance ...

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The Interaction Between NGF-induced Muscle Sensitivity and Acute Exercise-induced Ischemia

The purpose of this study is to investigate responses of NGF and the maintenance of mechanical muscle hypersensitivity over time following an acute exercised-induced ischemic condition in an NGF-sensitized muscle. The hypothesis is that an ischemic conditioning in a NGF-sensitized muscle is able to potentiate NGF responses, induce pain, and ...

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Multisensory Integration and Pain Perception

Pain is a predominant disruption of well-being among humans. Feeling pain is a multimodal sensory experience where information is collected and processed from various senses such as sight and touch. Because pain is complex, variable, and experienced differently by each individual, finding more accessible and practical treatments for pain are ...

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Effect of Smoking on Pain and Atherosclerosis in Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis

The study will recruit patients with rheumatoid arthritis (age 20-60 years) at rheumatology clinics in Vstra Gtaland. All patients meeting the inclusion criteria will be informed of the study in a letter and later contacted by the study coordinator and if interested booked for a study visit at the rheumatology ...

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Adjunctive 5% Lidocaine Patches for Acute Non-radicular Low Back Pain in Emergency Department Patients

Low back pain is a common emergency department (ED) chief complaint. Multiple therapies have been evaluated in the treatment of ED patients with low back pain including acetaminophen, NSAIDS, opioids, steroids, and muscle relaxants. Lidocaine is a local anesthetic that can be administered by various routes. It is used in ...

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