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International REACH Forgiveness Intervention

Six sites spanning five regions (Hong Kong, Colombia, Indonesia, Ukraine, South Africa) will administer a forgiveness workbook intervention in a randomized design with a stepped, waitlist intervention deployment.


Acetaminophen for Cancer Pain

Many patients with cancer pain have pain not fully controlled on opioids (eg. morphine). The addition of acetaminophen (Tylenol) to opioids in a small study in cancer patients demonstrated better pain control without an increase in side effects. This study will determine if regular acetaminophen improves pain control when added to strong opioids in patients with cancer pain.

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Acetaminophen Versus IV Hydromorphone for Pain in the Elderly in the ED

Intravenous opioids are the mainstay of acute, severe pain treatment in U.S. EDs. Acetaminophen, given orally, has also been used for treatment of mild to moderate pain. The more potent intravenous (IV) form of acetaminophen has been widely used in Europe for more than 20 years as post-surgical analgesia and received full FDA approval in the USA in 2010. As part of a continuing set of studies whose goal is to optimize treatment of pain among elderly ED patients, we will conduct...


A Study Comparing Reduction in Pain Intensity Following IV or Oral Acetaminophen

To demonstrate that IV acetaminophen can provide a more rapid and effective reduction in pain intensity than an orally administered acetaminophen formulation.

A Study of the Effectiveness and Safety of Tramadol HCl/Acetaminophen Compared to Placebo in Treating Acute Low Back Pain

The purpose of this study is to explore the pain-relieving effects and safety of Tramadol HCl/acetaminophen as compared to placebo in patients experiencing acute low back pain. Tramadol HCl/acetaminophen is approved for short-term management of acute pain. The combination of tramadol HCl/acetaminophen has been shown to be effective for the treatment of acute musculoskeletal pain. Patients who experienced at least moderate acute low back pain for 2 to 10 days before study entry ...

Assessing Efficacy of Intravenous Acetaminophen vs. Fentanyl for Perioperative Pain Control During Oocyte Retrievals

This research study is being done to compare how effective certain medications are at reducing pain after oocyte (egg) retrieval surgery and how effective they are at reducing the time between the retrieval and discharge from the hospital. The investigators will compare intravenous (IV) acetaminophen (Tylenol) to oral (PO) acetaminophen with IV fentanyl and to IV fentanyl only. The investigators also want to find out whether IV acetaminophen can reduce a person's need for opioi...

Determine the Clinical Advantage of IV vs PO Acetaminophen

There is limited research on the clinical outcome differences between intravenous (IV) acetaminophen versus oral (PO) acetaminophen. With the costs of intravenous acetaminophen sometimes being almost 100 times the cost of PO acetaminophen, it is not only important fiscally but also clinically to differentiate the benefits of IV vs PO acetaminophen. The proposed research study is to determine the clinical advantages of IV vs PO acetaminophen during the post-operative recovery ti...

Acetaminophen Given Per Os and Intravenous in Sinus Surgery

The primary objective of this study is to investigate the Visual Analog Score (VAS) for pain within the post-operative setting and determine if there is a statistically significant difference between the VAS for PO or IV acetaminophen. It is expected that in doing so the investigators can produce the maximal amount of pain relief after surgery while making conscientious monetary decisions.

Efficacy of Combined Ibuprofen and Acetaminophen Therapy Versus Ibuprofen Alone Versus Placebo Alone for Pain Management

The purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of a combined ibuprofen and acetaminophen regimen in controlling discomfort for 4 days after initial orthodontic appliance placement as compared to ibuprofen alone or a placebo. The hypothesis is that combined ibuprofen and acetaminophen therapy will effectively provide better pain control than ibuprofen alone or a placebo after orthodontic appliance placement.

Randomized Controlled Trial of Four Analgesics in Elderly ED Patients

The purpose of this study is to perform a randomized, double blind 4-arm clinical trial of the comparative efficacy of 4 oral analgesics in the the management of acute musculoskeletal extremity pain in elderly patients who present and then are discharged from the ED.

Acetaminophen/Codeine vs Acetaminophen/Ibuprofen for Pain Control and Patient Satisfaction After Hand Surgery

The purpose of this research study is to find out if taking Acetaminophen with Ibuprofen (e.g. Tylenol + Advil), a non-opioid regimen, provides the same type of pain relief after hand surgery compared to Acetaminophen and codeine (e.g. Tylenol 3), an opioid regimen.

IV Acetaminophen for Postoperative Analgesia

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the use of IV acetaminophen for postoperative pain management after laparoscopic cholecystectomy, to determine if its use decreases the incidence of post-operative nausea and vomiting without compromising pain control.

Intravenous Acetaminophen and Morphine Versus Intravenous Morphine Alone for Acute Pain in the Emergency Department

In emergency medicine, acute pain is a common reason for consultation. It is recommended that patients in moderate to severe pain should receive a combination of intravenous acetaminophen and morphine. However, the data are sparse to support this strategy. Thus, the purpose of our research is to test non-inferiority of IV morphine alone versus IV acetaminophen and morphine in a multicenter, randomized, controlled double blind trial in ED patients with moderate to severe acute p...

Postoperative Pain Control in Septum and Sinus Surgery

This study will evaluate if the use of acetaminophen round the clock (scheduled doses) will lead to less opiate use in the first week post-operative (after surgery) in sinus/septum surgery patients. Participants will be randomized like a flip of a coin to either the standard of care pain treatment of acetaminophen 325 mg as needed for pain plus opiates (acetaminophen/hydrocodone) as needed for breakthrough pain; OR to the study arm of acetaminophen 650 mg every 6 hours plus opi...

Efficacy and Safety of IV Acetaminophen Over 48 Hours for the Treatment of Post-Operative Pain After Gynecologic Surgery

This study will be investigating the efficacy and safety administration of multiple doses of IV Acetaminophen in the 48 hour period following Gynecologic Surgery. The research hypothesis is that IV Acetaminophen will provide greater reduction in pain intensity and greater pain relief for moderate and severe pain as compared to placebo in the 48 hours following surgery.

Improving Post-Operative Pain and Recovery in Gynecologic Surgery

This is a clinical investigation to determine the efficacy of rectal versus intravenous acetaminophen in patients undergoing a minimally invasive hysterectomy. All women will receive acetaminophen either rectally or intravenously immediately postoperative, prior to extubation. Patient's will be randomly assigned to either the rectal acetaminophen or the intravenous acetaminophen group. Patient outcomes will be measured through a Numeric Rating Scale (NRS) from 0-10 for pain sco...

Forgiveness-Based Writing to Prevent Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom (OEF/OIF) Veterans

The purpose of this study is to evaluate a forgiveness-based writing intervention in an open trial with 20 Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom (OEF/OIF) veterans who have recently experienced combat-related trauma to: 1. Determine the feasibility of delivering the intervention. 2. Evaluate the acceptability of the intervention. 3. Collect preliminary outcome data on PTSD symptoms, depression, anxiety, anger, and forgiveness.

Preoperative IV Versus Oral Acetaminophen

The current study proposes to examine whether there is a significant difference in patient outcomes related to the administration route of preoperative Acetaminophen. Specifically, the study will compare outcomes of surgical patients who receive IV Acetaminophen with surgical patients who receive oral Acetaminophen.

An Effectiveness and Safety Study of Acetaminophen 1000 mg and Ibuprofen 400 mg in Postoperative Dental Pain.

The purpose of this study is to determine the onset of pain relief from a single dose of acetaminophen and ibuprofen in subjects experiencing postopreative dental pain following the surgical extraction of at least three molars.

The Effect of Intravenous Acetaminophen on Post-Operative Pain After Craniotomy

The purpose of the study is to determine the efficacy of IV acetaminophen when administered to neurosurgical patients at the beginning and end of their surgery. If the result is improved pain control with less opioid consumption postoperatively, then those patients may also experience less opioid related side effects such as nausea/vomiting, pruritus, and sedation.

Acetaminophen Adduct Formation in Non-Drinkers Taking Therapeutic Doses of Acetaminophen for Ten Consecutive Days

Acetaminophen is commonly used to treat fever or pain. Your body clears acetaminophen by processing it in the liver. During the processing, some of the acetaminophen may bind to proteins in the liver. The protein-acetaminophen product is called an "adduct". After a large acetaminophen overdose, the liver has to process a lot of acetaminophen, so large amounts of adducts are formed. However, we have found that lower levels may be formed even when people take recommended doses. T...

Acetaminophen and Post Circumcision Pain Control

Infants do not routinely receive acetaminophen for pain control after circumcision. This study will determine if acetaminophen is effective at controlling infant pain after circumcision using nerve block and oral dextrose. Infants will undergo the routine circumcision procedure , and half will be randomly selected to receive half acetaminophen immediately at the end of the procedure. Afterwards, infant's vitals signs (heart rate, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation), NIPS (the ...

Hydrocodone/Acetaminophen for Acute Pain Following Third Molar Tooth Extraction

The purpose of this study is to evaluate analgesic efficacy and safety of hydrocodone/acetaminophen compared to placebo in moderate to severe pain following molar extraction.

A Study to Evaluate the Drug-Drug Interactions Between Morphine and Orally or IV Administered Acetaminophen

This study is to test the hypothesis that an opioid used to treat postsurgical pain, IV morphine, will impact the absorption of coadministered oral acetaminophen and result in altered pharmacokinetics in healthy subjects.

A Study of the Efficacy and Safety of Tramadol HCl/Acetaminophen, Hydrocodone Bitartrate/Acetaminophen and Placebo in Patients With Pain From an Ankle Sprain With a Partial Torn Ligament

The purpose of this study is to explore the pain-relieving effects and safety of two analgesic treatment regimens as compared to placebo in patients experiencing acute musculoskeletal pain. Patients who are experiencing at least moderate acute musculoskeletal pain from an ankle sprain severe enough to require prescription pain relief medication will be randomized to receive either tramadol HCl/acetaminophen, hydrocodone bitartrate/acetaminophen or placebo.


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