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Recurrent abdominal pain (RAP) is a common complaint in childhood. Identification of the processes that maintain illness is important. The purpose of this study is to get more knowledge about characteristics of children with recurrent abdominal pain and their parents, and about the course of their pain. These results may be important to identify children who need treatment.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate if pregabalin demonstrates significant reduction in abdominal pain from adhesions. The study will be prospective, double-blinded and randomized. The study will run for 12 weeks. During the first 7 weeks there will be 2 groups in the study with subjects receiving a placebo or the study drug. During the last 4 weeks of the study, all subjects will be offered the study medication, pregabalin.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether the addition of Biofeedback-Assisted Relaxation to standard medication treatment improves outcomes for children with a specific type of recurrent abdominal pain (i.e., eosinophilic gastroenteritis).
The aims are to evaluate: (1) the effectiveness of written self-disclosure (WSD) on health status of youth ages 12-18 with functional recurrent abdominal pain (RAP); (2) whether effectiveness of WSD is similar for younger (12-14) and older (15-18) youth with functional RAP; and (3) the feasibility and acceptability of WSD when extended to the pediatric health care setting.We will implement a randomized, controlled trial (RCT) designed to compare health status in 140 youths (age...
The purpose of this study is to: 1. To determine if fiber versus placebo improves symptoms in children with recurrent abdominal pain/irritable bowel syndrome. 2. To determine possible ways fiber or placebo improve(s) symptoms in children with recurrent abdominal pain/irritable bowel syndrome by carrying out gastrointestinal tests and questionnaires. Understanding how diet and fiber affect GI function potentially will benefit the large numbers o...
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of a social learning and cognitive behavior therapy approach for treating children with Recurrent Abdominal Pain (RAP).
This is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial to determine the safety and efficacy of Digestive Advantage™ Gas Defense formula, a probiotic dietary supplement. The study will last approximately four weeks, and subjects will be seen at a screening/randomization visit, and two follow-up visits. Study procedures will include administering questionnaires for assessment of the study product's effect on intestinal gas symptoms and quality of life.
This pilot study will investigate the efficacy of SAM-e for the treatment of recurrent abdominal pain in a total of 30 children. This will be an open-labeled study and all participants will receive SAM-e therapy. Given that SAM-e has been demonstrated to improve symptoms of depression and pain with minimal side effects as compared to other antidepressant therapy, we hypothesize that SAM-e will reduce pain symptoms among children with recurrent abdominal pain.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether surgeon-performed ultrasound as a supplement to clinical investigation when a patient presents with abdominal pain in the emergency department can improve the management of the patient.
The study is trying to prove that the history and physical exam (H&P) in the emergency department is the most important tool in exam of patients. The investigator is attempting to correlate the time of the H&P of residents and attendings to the accuracy of diagnosis.
The investigators primary outcome measure was the clinically important change in diagnostic accuracy and physical examination in the morphine vs. placebo group. After follow up information was obtained and patients data were recorded on the SPSS data chart, two blinded coauthors (general surgeon and emergency physician) determined the clinically important diagnostic accuracy and change in physical examination. They firstly defined clinically important diagnostic errors, as any...
Thermal, or infrared, energy is the part of electromagnetic radiation that an observer perceives as heat. Infrared thermography allows us to visualize temperature distribution of the human body and has been used in medical practice since the 1950s. In current study we would like to examine the ability of infrared thermography to detect acute appendicitis, ovary torsion and inflammation, and testicular torsion and inflammation.
We are conducting a study to learn if probiotics, which are live bacteria found in food like yogurt and cheese, will improve symptoms of abdominal pain. Individuals participating in this study will take probiotic pills to see if this affects the expression of certain pain receptors in the intestines that relate to pain sensation. Biopsies will be taken from the colon before subjects take the probiotic pills. Subjects will then be given one of two different types of probiotic...
This study aims to determine whether citalopram is a useful, well-tolerated, and safe treatment for children and adolescents ages 7 to 18 years with functional abdominal pain. The study hypothesis is that citalopram will be better than placebo in producing clinical improvement and reductions in abdominal pain. It is also hypothesized that citalopram and placebo will not differ in terms of safety and tolerability.
This study is a feasibility study. Patients with acute abdominal pain who are planning to undergo a diagnostic laparoscopy are asked to participate in the study. The aim of the study is to evaluate if transgastric peritoneoscopy is feasible.
The primary objective of this pilot study is to assess effects of Hyoscine Butylbromide (HBB) 20 mg in comparison to placebo, when used as needed, as measured by the subject's assessment of intensity of abdominal pain associated with cramping (APC) in the treatment of two episodes.