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1. Assessing whether the treatment diary can help optimize the overall treatment of patients. 2. To assess whether the patient finds the treatment diary useful and worth spending time on. Also if the patient finds it easier to evaluate the treatment and, if necessary, set new goals. 3. To assess whether the patient's quality of life is increased by the use of the treatment diary.
A brief treatment program (MI/CBT) via face-to-face or via internet is tested in association with an outpatient addictions clinic.
Buprenorphine (BPN) is an approved treatment for opioid dependence; however, in taking oral tablets, patients experience withdrawal and cravings when the variable BPN levels in the blood are low. Probuphine is an implant placed just beneath the skin that contains BPN. It is designed to provide 6 months of stable BPN blood levels. This study will test the safety and efficacy of Probuphine in the treatment of patient with opioid dependence. Patients who have completed 24 weeks ...
This study will compare the effects of a novel web-based program (Joint Academy) to regular face-to-face treatment (OA-school) for people with osteoarthritis of the knee. Half of the participants will be randomized to the web-based program and half will receive regular face-to-face care.
To explore and illuminate the cultural, social, and psychological factors that either facilitate or serve as barriers to behavioral change in angioplasty patients. Through a series of open-ended questions we will explore and build a better understanding of how culturally different patient groups perceive heart disease and the difficulties in changing health behavior. In addition, we hope to better understand and anticipate barriers and issues that participants face in success...
The purpose of this project is to assess whether enhanced outreach counseling (EOC) is an effective outreach strategy for discharged methadone maintenance patients compared to a standard referral procedure. EOC is a brief (30 minute) face-to-face intervention, followed by six weeks of ongoing telephone counseling/case management designed to help eligible out-of-treatment methadone patients re-enter treatment. Several studies have shown those patients who voluntarily re-enter ...
A randomized, double blind, active controlled study in approximately 40 opioid dependent subjects. Study duration is up to five days and includes a maximum of 3 days confinement in the clinic. Opioid dependent subjects who provide informed consent meet all entry criteria are eligible for enrollment into the study.
Osteoporosis (OP) and subsequent fractures (OP fractures) are a source of morbidity and high mortality in the elderly. Despite numerous programs aiming at improving OP care, the prevention, diagnostic and treatment remain suboptimal. Barriers to a better care are multiple, both in the general and at-risk population, and in medical practitioners. Since they do not perceive their susceptibility to OP, people do not see the benefit of prevention. In addition, physicians do not giv...
The Primary Objective of this study is to compare the effectiveness of HIV clinic-based extended-release Naltrexone (XR-NTX) in decreasing substance use and increasing HIV viral suppression in HIV-infected participants with opioid use disorder to Treatment as Usual in this population.
Opioids are one of the most commonly abused drugs among individuals who seek treatment for drug abuse. Thus, it is necessary to develop new treatments for opioid addiction. The purpose of this trial is determine whether tramadol is effective in treating opioid dependent individuals.
The purpose of this study is to quantify the serious risks of misuse, abuse, and addiction associated with long-term use of opioid analgesics for management of chronic pain, among patients prescribed ER/LA opioid products.
This study will determine pain and opioid outcomes 3 & 6 months after an emergency department visit for acute pain. This is an observational study. Patients are enrolled during an ED visit and followed by telephone 3 & 6 months later. Opioid databases will also be reviewed.
Few studies have used quantitative sensory tests to study the effect of chronic opioid treatment on sensation. The investigators will test chronic pain patients who are on different MEDDs, normal volunteers, and patients undergoing an opioid taper. This will be the first study to perform sensory testing on patients while undergoing an opioid taper on an outpatient basis.
Face transplantation surgery is the transfer of face tissue from a deceased human donor to a patient with a severe facial deformity. Face transplantation is an innovative reconstructive procedure that has the potential to significantly improve the lives of patients with severe facial injuries. The purpose of this study is to develop the best practices for facial transplantation that will improve the outcomes of future face transplant recipients.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of CB-5945 for the treatment of opioid-induced constipation (OIC)in adults taking opioid therapy for chronic non-cancer pain.
The purpose of this study is to determine the prevalence of delayed opioid cessation after surgery, where delayed opioid cessation is defined as patients taking opioids ≥90 days post-surgery. The study is also looking to determine specific patient factors that independently predict patients at risk of delayed opioid cessation. The study hypothesis is that 5-10% of patients will remain on opioid medications ≥90 days after surgery, and that pre-operative prescription opioid ...
Cancer pain is undertreated despite a good access to opioids in France. Although many factors are involved, the barriers related to the patient (and his family) are often reported .the reluctance of the patient or the family to take the prescribed medication is linked to misconceptions about the opioids , cultural barriers; or the lack of explanations provided by the physician. Some patients can have undiagnosed slight cognitive impairment .The situation is now more complicated...
Maintaining a healthy diet and engaging in routine physical activity may help decrease severity of symptoms, prevent secondary conditions, and slow functional decline in people with disabling neuromusculoskeletal conditions. However, people with these conditions face many health barriers to engaging in healthy behaviors. With the advent of portable technologies, such as smart phones, tablets and PDAs, there is a need to explore whether these technologies can help people with di...
This is an observational, "ancillary study" intended to describe opioid use among opioid use disorder patients following their discharge into the community from inpatient detoxification and/or short-term residential treatment programs affiliated with parent study CTN-0051, which assessed the comparative effectiveness of extended release injectable naltrexone (XR-NTX, Vivitrol®), an opioid antagonist recently approved and indicated for the prevention of relapse to opioid depend...
Primary objectives: - To determine non-inferiority of FITpatch with regard to efficacy compared to standard opioid treatment - To assess the safety of FITpatch compared to standard opioid treatment Secondary objectives: - To assess the intake of oral morphine as rescue analgesic to FITpatch compared to standard opioid treatment - To assess Quality of life reported with FITpatch compared to standard opioid treatment
There are two options for postoperative pain management: opioid and non-opioid analgesia. Pain outcomes will be compared in patients undergoing ureteroscopy and percutaneous nephrolithotomy by randomly administering opioid and non-opioid analgesia.
Aesthetic performance of "SUNEKOS® 200" injectable treatment on main sign of face skin aging in normotypic or overweight subjects with rounded, oval or squared face and in thin subjects with oval or triangular face and "sagging" skin.Interstitial or cushion technique in comparison to bolus technique at five points (half - face method within subjects).
The current study seeks to begin the crucial work of creating effective protocols to prevent opioid addiction and overdose by developing and pilot testing an opioid risk screening protocol at Wisconsin trauma centers.
This study is to determine whether a medication on the market for other indications is effective and safe in treating seborrheic dermatitis of the face.
A comparison of post-operative opioid use in Laparoscopic Colectomy patients receiving Opioid or Opioid-free Anesthesia.