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Pain Control in Renal Colic

Renal colic is very common in emergency department patients. Our aim of this study is which combination of drug is more effective in renal colic.


Evaluation of the Roll of IV Fluids in the Treatment of Renal Colic

A randomised controlled trial to evaluate the role of IV fluids in renal colic.

Morphine Versus Ketorolac in Renal Colic

The study is prospective, double blinded, randomised controlled and has the purpose to compare the analgesic effects of ketorolac or morphine intravenous in renal colic.


Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation Treatment of Renal Colic

The aim of the present trial was to investigate the analgesic efficacy and safety of Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation treatment in patients with renal colic within the emergency department.

Use of Analgesic Drugs in Renal Colic in Emergency Room

A prospective non-interventional study on the use of analgesic drugs in renal colic in emergency rooms

Efficacy of Magnesium Sulfate on Reducing Renal Colic in the Emergency Department

To determine if magnesium sulfate paired with an analgesic medication will improve patient pain from renal colic compared with analgesic alone.

Lidocaine vs Ketorolac for Renal Colic

The hypothesis of the study is that lidocaine will be as effective as ketorolac in decreasing patient's perception of pain as measured by the 10 point Visual Analogue Scale (VAS). The aim of the study is to compare the safety & efficacy of lidocaine versus ketorolac for acute pain secondary to renal colic in the Emergency Department (ED).

Parecoxib in Renal Colic

This is a phase III, multicenter, randomized, single blind study designed to evaluate the efficacy and tolerability of a single dose of parecoxib compared with diclofenac in the treatment of acute pain due to renal colic.

Comparison Between Tramadol Hcl and Other Analgesics in the Treatment of Renal Colic

The purpose of this study is to determine whether Tramadol Hcl is as effective as Voltaren a non-steroidal antiinflammatory drug, and Dipyrone in amelioration of the pain caused by acute renal colic.

Lornoxicam With Low Dose Ketamine Versus Pethidine to Control Pain of Acute Renal Colic

Patients with acute renal colic divided into 2 groups. Group L administered ornoxicam and Group P administered pethidine and VAS was recorded for both groups.

Parecoxib vs Paracetamol in the Treatment of Acute Renal Colic

This study will be conducted to compare the efficacy and safety of Parecoxib versus Paracetamol for treatment of acute renal colic due to ureteric stones.

Acupuncture Versus Titrated Morphine in Patients With Renal Colic

The aim of this study is to compare the clinical efficacy and safety profiles of a 30 minutes acupuncture session performed at an ER of a tertiary hospital versus titrated intravenous morphine in the management of acute severe pain syndromes (defined as a visual analogue scale (VAS) score >/= 70) taking for example acute renal colic.

Treatment of Renal Colic in the Emergency Departement (ED).

to evaluate the analgesic effect of a standard dose of intravenous magnesium added to intramuscular diclofenac compared to intravenous lidocaine combined to intramuscular diclofenac or intramuscular diclofenac alone in patients presenting to the emergency department with renal colic and whether it can reduce opioid consumption.

Combination Trial of Intravenous Paracetamol - Morphine for Treating Acute Renal Colic in Emergency Setting: An Optimum Treatment

This randomized, placebo-controlled trial evaluated the analgesic efficacy and safety of intravenous morphine-paracetamol combination and morphine-dexketoprofen combination morphine for the optimum treatment of renal colic. Combination of IV morphine and paracetamol is as effective and rapid as combination of IV Morphine and IV dexketoprophen for optimum treating of renal colic.

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Comparison of IV 10, 20, and 30mg for Renal Colic Pain in the ED

Hypothesis: Intravenous administration of Ketorolac 10 mg and 20 mg is as effective as 30 mg in treating renal colic pain in patients presenting to the emergency department

French Observational Study With Colic Capsule

colic capsule usings with patients without possible colic endoscopy

Analgesic Effect of Erector Spinae Plane Block for Renal Colic Pain

Plane blocks have become very popular in recent years with the introduction of ultrasonography into the regional anesthesia and algology practice. Erector spinae plane (ESP) block involves the injection of local anesthetics between erector spinae muscles and transverse process of vertebrae and can block the dorsal and ventral rami of thoracolumbar spinal nerves. The aim of this study was to evaluate the analgesic efficacy of the erector spine plane block for reno-uretera...

35RC17_8826_NEPHROPAIN Phase APRES : Interest of the Equimolar Oxygen Nitride Mixture (MEOPA) in the Treatment of Pain in Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department for Suspected Renal Colic: a Study BEFORE AFTER

MEOPA (Equimolar Oxygen-Nitrogen Protoxide Mix) is a gas used in emergencies for short-term painful acts. It is often very effective with an analgesic, anxiolytic and muscle relaxant action. It is often combined with other analgesic medicines. It has already been proven in emergency medicine for short-term pain and trauma. It seems that it could be used more particularly for pains of medical origin. A study has already proved its effectiveness in the treatment of migraines in e...

Heat Wrap for Renal Colic

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) (diclofenac, kotorolac, piroxicam) opioids (petidine, tramadol, fentanyl), paracetamol and topical agents (EMLA, diclofenal gel), have been shown to be effective in the treatment of renal colic . NSAIDs are commonly used to treat renal colic, but they can reduce renal blood flow and cause kidney damage. In addition, there are limitations in use in cases such as gastrointerstinal ulcers, hepatic insufficiency and chronic obstructive...

Effect of a Prebiotic on Colic and Crying and Fussing Behaviour in Infants

Colic, or inconsolable crying and fussing, affects around 20% of babies who are 3 months of age or younger. To date, there are no known treatments that have been found to help reduce colic and its symptoms in babies. The investigators would like to see whether a baby formula that contains a prebiotic will lead to the same improvements in babies with colic. The investigators will test this by giving some babies a formula with the prebiotic and other babies a placebo formula.

Celecoxib (Celebrex) in the Management of Acute Renal Colic

The purpose of this trial is to quantify the amount Celebrex, a specific cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) inhibitor, when used for the management of acute renal colic for a ureteral stone will: - reduce pain medication usage - improve the percentage of spontaneous stone passage - decrease the time to spontaneous passage, and - shift the size distribution of stones passed towards larger sizes

Comparison of Treatment by IM Ketamine to IV Ketamine in Patients With Renal Colic

Patients who present to the emergency department (ED), with acute pain due to renal colic, are often treated with opioids. Treatment with opioids has many disadvantages - cardio-respiratory depression, nausea, vomiting and long term dependence. For these reasons, there is a constant search for a way to reduce the use of opioids. ketamine has been proven to augmented the analgesic effect of opioids, and thus reduce the use and adverse effects of opioids. Different studies about ...

The Effect of Chiropractic Treatment of Infantile Colic

Infantile colic is condition that affects more than 10% of babies and their families. The reason, and hence proper treatment, for this condition is unknown and many causes have been suggested. One of the treatments that parents choose is chiropractic manipulation. In Denmark, almost 10,000 babies are each year treated by chiropracters, and a high proportion is due to colic. However, the effect of chiropractic treatment of infantile colic has not been properly scientifically eva...

Effects of Digital Stories Intervention on Psychosocial Well-being

Patients and caregivers undergoing hematopoietic stem cell transplantation often continue to experience anxiety, depression, isolation, and other psychosocial distress. A narrative-based digital stories intervention has shown promise in a pilot study with breast cancer patients in helping to alleviate emotional distress. This study is designed to test digital stories to be viewed and discussed by other HCT patients/caregivers as a psychosocial intervention in a randomized contr...

"Point of Care" Ultrasound and Renal Colic

The management of renal colic in emergency departments follows the recommendations established at the 8th consensus conference of 2008 on the management of renal colic in emergency services. It recommends the control of pain by nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and analgesics, the implementation of an urinary test strip and the use of emergency imaging for compiled forms and patient with medical specificities. Currently, two imaging techniques are recommended during an epis...


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