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Post-operational pain is the most common problem relating to haemorrhoidectomy. This study aims to evaluate the postoperative effects of Anugel a hydrogel impregnated multi component sponge vs gelatine sponge comparatively.
The purpose of the study is to determine whether the HPMC capsule of D961H 40 mg is bioequivalent to gelatine capsules of D961H 40 mg after a steady state is reached on Day 5
To establish the bioequivalence of 1 soft gelatine capsule containing 200 mg nintedanib compared to 2 soft gelatine capsules containing 100 mg nintedanib
Testing safety and tolerability of transcranial direct current stimulation (2 mA, 20 minutes) in four different protocols: saline-soaked sponges electrode with electrode gel tap-water-soaked sponges tap-water-soaked-sponges + sham stimulation Outcome measures are tolerability (comfort rating questionnaire), impedances, skin elasticity
Retained surgical items (e.g. sponges, needles, and instruments) remain the most frequently reported serious adverse event for five of the last six years. Retained surgical sponges have resulted in negative patient outcomes (reoperation, readmission/prolonged hospital stay, infection, fistulas/ bowel obstructions, and death). The national standard for prevention of retained surgical sponges relies heavily on manual counting several times before, during, and after the surgical p...
This is a comparative drug trial involving patients with clinically definite Multiple Sclerosis and documented neuropathic pain. Patients will be randomized to receive treatment with either paroxetine or pregabalin. After dose titration, participants will complete various pain scale assessments at several points during the study in order to determine the effectiveness of their assigned pain medication.
This cluster randomized waiting-list controlled pilot study will evaluate the effectiveness of pain management group activity organized by the OH on pain intensity and associated disability, and co-occurrence of mental or sleep problem in patients with chronic pain.
To compare two methods of post-operative pain management in patients undergoing total hip arthroplasty. There is a perception that the periarticular injections may not be as effective in controlling post-operative pain. Both methods are current standard of care. The investigators want to compare the outcomes of each when patients are randomized to one of the methods compared to the other method of post-operative pain control.
This study seeks to compare two different behavioral treatments for pain in Veterans with a history of TBI. Both treatments involve educating the Veteran about pain, discussing the impact of pain, and different ways to manage it in hopes of decreasing pain and its impact on life. These approaches are called "self-management" approaches to pain. Both of these treatments are commonly used in pain clinics to treat pain in persons with back pain, headaches, and other types of chron...
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of an algorithm, where ICU patients pain are assessed systematically with valid pain assessment tools and where pain is treated after pain intensity score.
RATIONALE: A pain assessment and management system for people with cancer may help doctors accurately assess and plan more effective pain treatment for patients who have cancer. PURPOSE: Clinical trial to determine the effectiveness of a pain assessment and management system in improving pain management in patients who have nonhematologic cancer.
Chronic low back pain interventions may include exercises, manual therapy, health education, and pain education, strategies based on psychological or behavioral change approaches, as well as biopsychosocial interventions. Pain self-management programs basically aim to engage the participant in activities, stimulating the patient to be more active in life and live despite the pain. However, pain neuroscience education is a new approach recognized as therapeutic patient education...
Chronic pelvic pain is a serious health condition with an estimated prevalence of 15% women worldwide.Treatment is a challenge given the different pain generators described. It is important to develop self-management interventions to reduce the frustration associated with its management.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether the Intelligent Pain Management System (IPMS) could make recording and interfering pain timely among cancer patients with pain. The system's usability, feasibility, compliance, and satisfaction will also be assessed.
This study will test two different doses of a psychoeducational intervention to improve cancer pain management. In addition, the study will determine if the changes in pain management behaviors that the patients and family caregivers learn continue to be used when the intervention stops. It is hypothesized that patients and family caregivers who receive the high dose intervention will have a greater decrease in pain intensity scores.
The overall purpose of this pilot study is to conduct a formative evaluation of (veteran)peer delivery of a chronic pain self-management program to veterans with chronic musculoskeletal pain. Our specific aims are as follows: Aim 1: Evaluate the feasibility of identifying, recruiting, training, and retaining veteran peers to implement a self-management program for chronic pain. Aim 2: Identify facilitators and barriers to peer-delivery of a chronic pain self-ma...
The primary outcome for this study is the Numeric Pain Score (NPS) for elective patients undergoing elective colorectal surgery that have been randomized to transversus abdominis plane block or epidural anesthesia for the management of perioperative pain in elective colorectal surgery.
Acute appendicitis is the most common illness that brings pediatric patients to the hospital for surgical treatment. Abdominal pain is the symptom because of which the patients go to the hospital. Some patients have severe pain and need analgesics before the final diagnosis and before surgery. After surgery most patient experience pain and at least 80 % of the patients need postoperative pain medication. For two decades there has been a clinical guideline for pain management in...
This study aims to determine the feasibility of conducting a future randomized controlled trial to collect preliminary data on the effectiveness of a previously validated approach that takes into account all the pain and disability vectors associated with low back pain - the Pain and Disability Drivers Management Model (PDDM). The overall objective is to provide data to assess the feasibility of implementing a future randomized clinical trial to evaluate the impact of the PDDM...
introduction:Pain remains one of the most common reasons of emergency department admission. objective: assessing the impact of ealy pain pain management on the use of level II and III analgesicsand on patient satisfaction.
-Background: Cancer is one of the most common cause of death. Cancer pain is often cited as one of the most feared in cancer patients. Although, WHO guidelines have been provided to improve pain outcome, the results are still unsatisfied. In order to improve cancer pain management we consider to contribute a new guideline which includes interdisciplinary approach, early doing the pain interventions, breakthrough pain, education, high quality of pain assessment and contribute th...
The purpose of the study is to evaluate the efficacy of three different types of pain medication (Oxycodone - an opioid, Ibuprofen - a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory, and Acetaminophen - a non-opioid analgesic) in the management of postoperative pain following single soft tissue procedures of the hand and wrist performed exclusively under local anesthesia without sedation. The results of this study will help define optimal prescribing guidelines following the two most common h...
Pain in cancer survivors is difficult to treat, and unrelieved pain can greatly reduce a person's quality of life. Opioids are often prescribed for pain management, yet they can have undesirable side effects and may put someone at risk for addiction or dependence. The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of an interactive music therapy intervention on pain management and opioid use in cancer survivors.
The objective of this study is to find out if acupuncture can improve the management of pain in cancer patients when used as part of a treatment plan that includes conventional pain medications. The investigators will enroll 36 cancer patients at Abramson Cancer Center and Penn Cancer Network sites. Participants will be enrolled in either the Conventional Pain Management group or Integrative Pain Management group.
The overall goal of this proposal is to determine if quantitative sensory testing (QST) assessing pain modulation can be used as a clinical tool to optimize perioperative pain management. The central hypothesis is that the identification of patient's sensory pain profile allows personalizing therapeutic approaches to improve individualized pain management and thus prevents pain chronicity.