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Chronic Neuropathic Pain After Nerve Repair Hand Surgery

To increase our understanding of pain mechanisms related to nerve injury and to enable early clinical testing of new treatments in a frequent occurring clinical condition, we intend to evaluate patients with spontaneous and/or evoked pain associated with upper extremity surgery or other trauma affecting the radial, ulnar or the medial nerve, or branches of these nerves such as digital nerves, and to compare them with patients who underwent same procedure for same trauma without...


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Nerve Stimulator for Patients With Upper Extremity Disease, Vascular or Orthopedic Surgery

To help determine if there is improved pain relief when a device that makes an arm muscle move (nerve stimulator) is used to place a needle in the area above the collarbone to prevent feeling of pain (anesthesia) of the upper arm.

A Novel Combination of Peripheral Nerve Blocks for Patients Scheduled for Shoulder Surgery

Interscalene block has been the traditional regional anesthesia for shoulder surgery and postoperative pain. However, the risk of phrenic nerve palsy and irreversible nerve injury have encouraged search for alternative methods.


Remote Fu's Subcutaneous Needling for Patients With Chronic Neck Pain

This is a randomized controlled trial to compare the efficacy of Fu's subcutaneous needle (FSN) and Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) on chronic neck pain by using more objective assessment tools such as Neck Disability Index, Visual Analog Scales, Pressure Pain Threshold and Myotone of MTrPs of Upper Trapezius Muscles, Range of Motion of Stretch of Upper Trapezius Muscle, and Pittsburgh sleep quality index.

Study of Nerve Repair and Reconstruction Associated With Major Extremity Trauma

This is a multi-center prospective observational study that will capture detailed information about the treatment and long term outcomes of 450 patients with PNI resulting from upper extremity trauma. The study will focus on a young adult population to include individuals ages 18-54. Patients with PNI will be recruited during the hospitalization for initial treatment of the upper extremity injury. Additional patients may be identified during clinic visits for on-going treatment...

Restorative Exercise for Strength Training and Operational Resilience (RESTORE) for Chronic or Recurrent Low Back Pain

The purpose of the study is to learn about the effect of integrative therapies on chronic or recurrent low back pain. The intervention called RESTORE (Restorative Exercises for Strength Training and Operational Resilience) is based on a series of gentle stretching and strengthening exercises incorporating breath-work and mindfulness. The study is designed to discover the impact of RESTORE on pain levels, physical function, and behavioral health.

Intercostobrachial Nerve Block (ICBN) for Tourniquet Pain: Is it Necessary?

In this study the investigators would like to show that when patients undergo upper limb surgery under supraclavicular brachial plexus block, additional blocking of the Intercostobrachial Nerve Block (ICBN) does not affect the incidence or course of tourniquet pain.

Ultrasound-Guided Axillary or Infraclavicular Nerve Block for Upper Limb Surgery

This study aims to detect differences in onset time of brachial plexus (i.e., arm) anesthesia using two different nerve block techniques. Using ultrasound guidance, axillary (i.e., at the armpit) and infraclavicular (i.e., below the collarbone) blocks will be performed to patients undergoing upper limb surgery. The investigators will analyze how long it takes for anesthesia to be adequate for pain-free surgery, thus determine the optimal technique for this kind of surgery.

Plasma Concentration of Somatostatin and Endocannabinoids After GA and RA in Upper Extremity Trauma Surgery

The application of RA can decrease the central sensitization and chronic pain after trauma surgery. The plasma concentrations of somatostatin and fatty acid amides were not studied up to this time in this kind of settings, so investigators believe that this is the first work that shows how upper extremity nerve blockade changes the plasma concentration of somatostatin and fatty acid amides in upper limb surgery in trauma patients.

Characterization of Rebound Pain Following Peripheral Nerve Block and Its Association With Gut Microbiome Diversity

The objective of this study is to determine the association between gut microbiome diversity and the characteristics of rebound pain at offset of peripheral nerve block in patients who have undergone minor upper limb surgery. Other purposes of this study are to determine associations between gut microbiome constitution and persistent post-surgical pain; and describing rebound pain by quantifying its clinical, psychological and neurophysiological characteristics in this patient ...

Effects of a Peripheral Nerve Block on Biomarkers of Pain and Inflammation

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of a local anesthetic nerve block on markers of inflammation and pain after a sunburn. This is important because it may provide information regarding the way that nerve blocks help with the treatment of pain and in particular provide preemptive analgesia.

Sensory Potentials and Ultrasonography in Common Peroneal Mononeuropathy

Common peroneal mononeuropathy at the fibular neck (CPN) is one of the most frequent mononeuropathies of the lower extremities. The common peroneal nerve sub serves sensation to the dorsum of the foot and toes. In CPN motor fibers of the deep peroneal nerve are more frequently affected than those of the superficial peroneal nerve. Fascicles of the deep branch of the common peroneal nerve are more anteriorly located and more vulnerable to injury than those of the superficial pe...

Compare the Efficacy and Safety of RESTORE DEB and SeQuent® Please in Chinese Patient With Coronary In-stent Restenosis

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Paclitaxel drug eluting balloons (RESTORE DEB, 3μg/mm2 balloon surface area ) for success of intervention treatment and maintaining the vessels unobstructed in the treatment of coronary in-stent restenosis compared with a product of the same category (SeQuent® Please).

Effects of Genicular Nerve Block in Knee Osteoarthritis

Genicular nerve block is a safe and effective therapeutic procedure for intractable pain associated with chronic knee osteoarthritis (OA). There is increasing support for the neuropathic component to the knee OA pain. Investigators proposed that targeting treatment to the underlying pain mechanism can improve pain management in knee OA. There is a debate on injectable solutions used in nerve blocks. Investigators aimed to investigate the efficacy of genicular nerve block and to...

Immediate Effect of Irradiation With Low-level Laser Therapy on the Electromyographic Activity of the Upper Trapezius Muscles and the Level of Pain Among Patients With Non-specific Neck Pain

The aim of the present study is to assess the immediate effect of irradiation with low level laser therapy (LLLT) on the electromyographic activity of upper trapezius muscles and the amount of pain felt by patients with non-specific neck pain (NS-NP).A total of 20 patients with non-specific neck pain will be enrolled in a randomized, single-blind, crossover study. Each subject will receive two forms of treatment in random order: a single session of LLLT and placebo LLLT. In ord...

Effects of Neuromobilization on Median Nerve Elasticity

Purpose: The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of median nerve neuromobilization on median nerve elasticity using shear wave elastography. Methods: The study included 36 healthy volunteers (72 upper extremities) aged 18-30 years. Inclusion criteria; no known systemic neuromuscular and metabolic diseases, no nerve impingement syndrome, and no upper extremity bone-tendon-muscle surgery in the last six months. Sociodemographic data of the participants were recorded....

Nerve Transfers to Restore Hand Function in Spinal Cord Injury

This study seeks to evaluate the efficacy of nerve transfers in restoring hand function in patients with cervical spinal injuries.

Fascia Iliaca Compartment Blocks for Pain Control in Hip Fractures

This study is comparing the use of a peripheral nerve block and standard opioid pain medications in pain control in hip fractures prior to surgery. A peripheral nerve block is a procedure that injects numbing medicine around a nerve to help decrease the pain, motion, and sensation around the painful site temporarily. The purpose of this study is to evaluate if peripheral nerve blocks are more effective for pain control than just standard opioid pain medication while decreasing ...

Restore Claims Characterization Study

The purpose of this study is to characterize the pain coverage capability of the RESTORE spinal cord stimulation (SCS) and assess health outcomes.

Effects of Nerve Block on Knee Function After Knee Replacement

Early physical therapy after knee surgery is very painful on top of pain from surgery. Pain following surgery can limit recovery. One way to treat pain is by giving intravenous (IV) pain medication with morphine. Another method is to use a “nerve block” which involves placing a thin catheter (tube) into the lower back near the nerves that sense pain in the knee and give a local anesthetic to numb the nerves. Sometimes both methods are used together. This research is being...

Phase 2B Upper Extremity Nerve Block Study

A Phase 2B, Randomized, Controlled Study of HTX-011 Administered Via Pectoral Nerve Block in Subjects Undergoing Upper Extremity Surgery for Augmentation Mammoplasty

Can the Femoral Nerve Block be Improved by Ultrasound Guidance?

Studies have suggested a link with effective pain relief and reduced illness and death in very unwell patients. This study will determine the most effective method of injecting local anaesthetic around the nerves which supply the hip joint. Local anaesthetic will be injected around the hips nerve supply using either ultrasound, loss of resistance or electrical nerve stimulator to guide the positioning of the needle on patients due for elective total hip replacement. The pati...

Electrical Stimulation in Denervated Muscles of the Upper Limbs

In the last decade the stimulation of denervated muscles got more attention. Not at least because of the promising results of the RISE project (Use of electrical stimulation to restore standing in paraplegics with long-term denervated degenerated muscles). In this European project it was shown that electrical stimulation of denervated muscles in spinal cord injuries (SCI) increased muscle mass and improved the trophic situation of the lower extremities. Furthermore, structural ...

Objective Assessment of Sensory Nerve Fiber Sensitivity

This pilot study utilizes a unique technology to determine nerve fiber sensitivity. This will allow us to determine whether this method and device can discern changes in pain intensity and type, which is predicated on differing nerve fiber sensitivities.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Therapy by Stimulation of the Hypoglossal Nerve

Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is the gold standard to normalize breathing during sleep in patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrom (OSA). Many patients will not tolerate or will not accept CPAP. Implanted nerve stimulation is a novel therapy for OSA patients that restores the upper airway potency using unilateral XII nerve electric stimulation. The principal objective of this study is short-term efficacy of a new treatment for OSA on blood pressure variabilit...


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