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Comparison of Pain Level During Intrauterine Device (IUD) Insertion Between Conventional and Direct Method

The so-called "direct" method of intrauterine device (IUD) and intraintuerine system (IUS) insertion is increasingly used. A study has shown that it is technically simpler and assumes less painful than the classic pose. It seems interesting to compare the pain felt by the patients during IUD / IUS insertion in these two methods of placement and also to confirm that there is no more malposition with the direct method.


Under Direct Vision vs Under Non Direct Vision of Insertion of UAS in RIRS

Retrograde intrarenal surgery (RIRS) has been considered as the first-line choice for the management of <20mm kidney stones. Insertion of a ureteral access sheath (UAS) before RIRS surgery is currently accepted as an effective method to improve the effectiveness of surgery, but can be accompanied by serious complications. In long-term clinical practice, the investigators has found that many ureteral injuries occur during UAS insertion of the ureter from ureteral orifice. An...

Prospective RCT Of Water Exchange (WE) vs. WE Plus Cap-Assisted Colonoscopy

This is a study to compare two different, but normally, used methods of colonoscopy in patients undergoing colonoscopy without sedation. There will be two arms in this study: WE (water exchange) control, and WE (water exchange) plus cap (placed at tip of the colonoscope). The patient will prepare himself/herself for the colonoscopy as per normal instructions and he/she will be given the information for the study at that time so that he/she can make a decision to participate in ...


Water Exchange (WE) vs. WE Plus Cap-assisted Colonoscopy

Water exchange (WE) method has been shown to reduce medication requirement and pain experience during the colonoscopy. Cap-assisted colonoscopy aided by air may also reduced the insertion pain. Therefore, the immediate aim of this study is to assess the generalizability of the impact of WE plus cap (WECAC), as a potentially less painful insertion technique than WE. The control group will use water infusion in lieu of air insufflation during insertion of the colonoscope. The stu...

A Novel IUD Insertion Technique

A previous trial performed by our research team, in order to reduce the pain associated with intrauterine device insertion, compared the novel technique of IUD insertion under the guidance of the trans-abdominal sonography to the traditional method of IUD insertion. It came up with the conclusion that the TAS guided IUD insertion is significantly lower in pain score and time taken for insertion, when compared with the traditional method. In this study our researchers aim to abo...

Evaluation of a Novel and Simplified Technique for Intrauterine Contraceptive Devices Insertion

The intrauterine devices are a safe, reliable, long-acting and reversible contraceptive method. It is also sound safe and cheap contraceptive methods available and is nearly maintenance free for up to 10 years. The fear and the pain associated with intrauterine devices insertion consider barriers to using this contraception method, this is because that the mucosal lining of female genital tract is highly sensitive to touch and pain. However; most of small procedures done in th...

Explore the Efficiency of Fiberscope-guided Nasogastric Tube Insertion

For Head and neck cancer and uncooperative patients, blind nasogastric tube (NGT) insertion may sometimes be very difficult because of the anatomical obstructions in the pharynx and uncoordinated swallowing motion. To solve the problem, flexible endoscope has been used widely to assist the NGT insertion via direct visual assistance, working channels/guide wires, or suture fixation. Unfortunately, these tools are not easily assessed in the outpatient department. Here, we try to ...

10% Lidocaine Spray for Intrauterine Device Insertion

Intrauterine device (IUD) insertion is a procedure that can cause pain. Fear of pain during IUD insertion is a barrier to use of this method. Currently, there is no recommended standard method for reducing pain during this procedure. From Cochrane Database 2015, some lidocaine formulations, such as lidocaine spray, lidocaine gel and lidocaine paracervical injection, could reduce pain during IUD insertion, but there is limited data on effect of lidocaine spray on reducing pain d...

New Intubation Method to Achieve Circulatory Stability and to Reduce Number of Intubation Attempts in Neonates

This is a randomized controlled pilot study investigating a new intubation method in newborn infants. In contrast to the conventional intubation method, in the new method the respirator is connected to the tube prior to insertion into the mouth (oral intubation) or into the nose (nasopharyngeal intubation). As a result, an oxygen flow is already administered via the tube during the intubation process. Heart rate, arterial oxygen saturation (SpO2) and cerebral tissue oxygenation...

Glyceryl Trinitrate Versus Lidocaine Cream for IUD Insertion

The intrauterine device (IUD) is a long-acting, highly effective, reversible contraceptive method that may be underutilized due to fear of pain during insertion. Although providers frequently prescribe non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) for IUD insertion, there is no evidence for any pain reduction. Women can experience high levels of pain when the IUD is placed inside the uterus, and fear of this pain could be a reason that women decide not to use this method.

Intrauterine Device Insertion: a Step for High Satisfaction:

The intrauterine device is a safe, reliable and long-acting reversible contraceptive method. Instrumentation of lower genital mucosa during intrauterine device application provokes pain because it is highly sensitive to touch. Fear of pain associated with intrauterine device insertion is considered a barrier to use this contraception method. The classic insertion instructions recommend performing bimanual examination and uterine sounding prior to intrauterine device insertion ...

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Comparing Expulsion Rates for Different Intrauterine Device Insertion Techniques

the investigators are trying to determine if this method of intrauterine device (IUD) insertion "hang up technique" has less expulsion rates than 6 week insertion or immediate post-placental insertion.

Evaluation of the Impact of Water Method During Insertion Phase of Flexible Sigmoidoscopy in Training

Colonoscopy is a sedated procedure traditionally performed using air insufflation during the insertion phase of the procedure. Recently, the use of water method (eg, water infusion or water exchange techniques) during the insertion phase of colonoscopy has been reported to increase the proportion of patients in whom complete unsedated colonoscopy could be achieved, reduce patient recovery time burdens, decrease abdominal discomfort during and after colonoscopy, enhance cecal in...

Foley Bulb Insertion Method: Blind vs. Direct

The investigators will compare, in a randomized clinical trial, two methods of placement (placement with a gloved hand vs. placement with a sterile speculum) of a Foley bulb transcervical dilator. The primary outcome is rate of infection.

A Prospective Randomized Study for Efficacy of Side-by-side Compared to Stent-in-stent Technique in the Endoscopic Management of Malignant Hilar Biliary Obstruction

Malignant obstructive jaundice is a common complication of advanced stage cholangiocarcinoma, GB cancer, and pancreatic cancer. In biliary stricture by malignancy, biliary drainage with placement of self-expanding metal stent (SEMS) for palliation is the therapy of choice in these patients. On hilar biliary malignant obstruction, bilateral stent used to be inserted. There are two kinds of bilateral metal stent insertion methods in hilar biliary malignant obstruction. (Stent in ...

Ultrasound Guided Central Venous Vascular Access - Novel Needle Navigation Technology Compared With Conventional Method

Background: Central venous catheter (CVC) insertion is a very common procedure in the intensive care setting. A recent international guidelines advocated the use of ultrasound for routine internal jugular CVC insertion. The needle navigation technology is a new innovation, also known as guided positioning system (GPS) which allows clinician to visualize the needle position and trajectory in real time as it approaches the target. We hypothesised that the use of GPS would increas...

Evaluation of a Novel and Simplified Technique for Intrauterine Contraceptive Devices Insertion: a Prospective Cohort Study

The intrauterine devices (IUDs) are a safe, reliable, long-acting and reversible contraceptive method. It is also sound safe and cheap contraceptive methods available and is nearly maintenance free for up to 10 years. The fear and the pain associated with IUDs insertion consider barriers to using this contraception method, this is because that the mucosal lining of female genital tract is highly sensitive to touch and pain. However; most of small procedures done in this sensit...

Videoscope Guided Flexible LMA Insertion

Laryngeal Mask Airway Flexible (LMA Flexible) is useful in various surgery because of its unique design. The flexometallic tube allows it could be used in head and neck related surgery but also make insertion more difficult. The ideal position of LMA Flexible is important because in most case, the surgery requiring LMA Flexible allows movements of the stem or patient's head during operation without dislodgement of LMA Flexible. Several studies have examined different techniques...

Lidocaine for Pain Control During Intrauterine Device Insertion

Despite being the most common method of contraception, the use of intrauterine devices (IUDs) is limited by the associated pain during insertion. Many pharmacologic interventions had been studied for their efficacy to reduce IUD insertion pain, of them, lidocaine was found to be superior over NSAIDs or other local anesthetics. This work aims at comparing the safety and efficacy of different lidocaine formulations to optimize selection in reduction of IUD associated pain.

Facilitating Needle Alignment With Aiming Method

Although ultrasound-guided catheterization of the subclavian vein is becoming standard procedure in anesthetic practice, failure to align the needle and the transducer still can lead to possibly complications. In this study, we proposed a new alignment method, namely Aiming Method. The purpose of this study is to investigate whether the use of this aiming method improved resident volunteers' performance of ultrasound-guided SC insertion in real patients. Specifically, residents...

LAParoscopic Entry Technique in REnal Surgery

This is a randomised controlled trial to evaluate safety and efficacy of two different port site entry techniques in laparoscopic renal surgery: open method (Hasson) and closed method (Veress). It will involve 300 adult patients undergoing elective laparoscopic renal surgery in Tallaght hospital under two Consultant urologists.

The Depth of Endotracheal Tube Insertion

Virtual experiment : comparing the new method with conventional method of determining the depth of endotracheal intubation.

A Comparison of Endoscopic Ultrasound Insertion Methods

Endoscopic ultrasonography (EUS) is an essential technique required in diagnosis of pancreatobiliary diseases. In previous studies, 6% of patients who undergone EUS had significant throat pain. (NRS scale 5 or greater) Although some endoscopists think balloon inflation while EUS insertion could result in decreased throat damage and pain, there is no data to back up. We designed a single center randomized pilot study to compare throat pain caused by EUS insertion with convention...

Comparisons of SWI, WWI and AI in Potentially Difficult Colonoscopy.

Colonoscopy insertion is technically challenging, time-consuming, and painful, especially for the sigmoid. It is reported that the difficult colonoscopy score (DCS) >1 can predict the difficulty during colonoscopy. Patients with DCS>1 had longer insertion time, higher pain score and needed more abdominal compression and position changes. As reported, water-aided method colonoscopy examination is an important and useful method because it reduces discomfort and increases cecal in...

Efficacy of the Standard Days Method of Family Planning

The Standard Days Method® is a fertility awareness-based method of family planning in which users avoid unprotected intercourse during cycle day 8 through 19. The method is most appropriate for women with cycles that usually range 26-32 days. The clinical trial tested the contraceptive efficacy of the Standard Days Method. A total of 478 women, age 18-39 years, in Bolivia, Peru, and the Philippines, with self-reported cycles of 26-32 days, desiring to delay pregnancy at least ...


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