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Opioid Use Disorder Clinical Trials

A listing of Opioid Use Disorder 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 (232) clinical trials

Smartphone Technology to Alleviate Malignant Pain (STAMP)

The purpose of the study is to develop the STAMP app (Smartphone Technology to Alleviate Malignant Pain). This app will be used by patients with advanced cancer to track symptoms and receive tailored symptom management advice. This project will involve 5 specific activities: Activity 1 - Content Development (working groups) ...

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Opioids Versus Non-Opioids Postoperative After Knee Arthroscopic Surgery

The purpose of this study is to look at pain management with opioids versus non-opioids after knee arthroscopy. This study will determine 1) whether the most commonly used non-narcotic medications provide pain relief comparable with the most commonly prescribed narcotic medications in patients undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery, and 2) whether ...

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Oxytocin Stress Craving Opioid Use Disorder

The goal of this research is to evaluate whether oxytocin, a hormone with anti-stress properties, dampens the effects of stress and opioid-associated cues on opioid craving and thus may be an effective adjunctive treatment for OUD. The central hypothesis of this research is that oxytocin will reduce stress-induced opioid craving ...

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Marijuana Cue-Reactivity & Seeking Behavior in Regular Cannabis Users

This study involves three screening sessions that could last about 3 hours each. Part of this study will be conducted on an inpatient unit where the participant will live for 4 straight nights. During the inpatient stay participants will participant in experimental sessions where they will be asked to smoke ...

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The Effects of Clavulanic Acid on Tobacco Use Disorder

This research study is looking into the effects of clavulanic on smoking behavior in adult cigarette smokers. The primary study hypothesis is that, compared to placebo, clavulanic acid will reduce smoking over the course of the study.

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Messaging Interventions to Reduce Alcohol Problems Project

The study entitled, Tailored Adaptive Mobile Messaging to Reduce Problem Drinking (PD) is designed to develop and test a tailored adaptive text messaging/short message service (SMS) intervention for individuals interested in reducing their alcohol consumption. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, problem or risky drinking is ...

Phase N/A

Perioperative Methadone Use to Decrease Opioid Requirement in Pediatric Spinal Fusion Patients

This study is a double blind comparison, evaluating the benefits of intraoperative methadone in extensive posterior spine fusion surgery for idiopathic scoliosis. Methadone 0.2 mg/kg will be given to the treatment group. Postoperative evaluation for narcotic use, pain control, and adverse effects will be compared to a standard treatment approach ...

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Kentucky Communities and Researchers Engaging to Halt the Opioid Epidemic (CARE2HOPE)

The overarching objective of this study is to determine the effectiveness of an evidence-based community response project using a stepped-wedge community randomized trial. Specifically, the investigators will test the effect of an intervention to reduce substance use and related harms among people re-entering the community from rural jails. This study ...

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OLANI PK/Safety Study in Healthy Volunteers

Naltrexone (NTX) is a nonspecific pure opioid antagonist with a high affinity for the -opioid receptor. It blocks the effects of opioids by competitive binding at opiate receptors. NTX is used primarily in the management of opiate and alcohol dependence. It is available in the United States (US) as 2 ...

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Pre-Operative Single Shot Rectus Sheath Block

Purpose: To improve analgesia and reduce opioid consumption in patients undergoing major urologic surgery. Hypothesis: Patients receiving pre-operative single shot rectus sheath blockade in addition to continuous rectus sheath catheters will use less PCA opioid in the first 24 hours post-operatively compared to patients receiving continuous rectus sheath blockade for ...

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