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This study will explore nurses' pediatric postoperative pain management knowledge and clinical practices. The aim is to evaluate if a tailored educational intervention will improve nurses' knowledge and attitudes of pain management and pain management practices. The intervention offered is education and skills training. The study has a pre-post design and a comparison group. Data is collected before the intervention is started (baseline T1) and again one month (T2) and six mont...
Primary Objective: 1. Compare the duration of postoperative ileus (POI) duration (time to first flatus), subjective reports of surgical and gas pain, postoperative pain medication (total milligrams per 24 hours) and postoperative recovery time(length of stay) between two groups of abdominal surgery cancer patients receiving either standard postoperative care or standard care plus the rocking intervention.
The purpose of this study is to describe the use of pain treatments in Taiwan, the demographics, clinical characteristics of patients requiring pain treatments, current treatments, outcomes of treatments and the reasons for changing pain medication during treatment.
Chronic postsurgical pain (CPSP) is defined by pain persisting longer than 2 months after surgery (1). Its incidence varies from 10 to 50 % in the literature (2). A high proportion of CPSP is neuropathic (CPSNP) (4). Postoperative pain is traditionally classified as nociceptive pain and the more intense is this pain on a numeric pain scale (NPS), higher are the risks of pain chronicization and the duration of the severe pain is longer (5,6). However, acute neuropathic pain (ANP...
The investigators have recently reported a relationship between pain induced by peripheral venous cannulation and postoperative pain. The purpose of this study is to validate this method of postoperative pain prediction in a larger cohort subjected to different types of surgery.
Total knee and hip arthroplasty are amongst the most painful procedures postoperatively, and pain management can be a challenge. Different measures have been introduced to manage severe postoperative pain in these patients. Previous studies have investigated gabapentin in acute postoperative pain and demonstrated reduced postoperative pain, postoperative morphine consumption, morphine related side effects, and postoperative pain scores. To date, this analgesia adjunct has yet ...
Prospective observational study to analyse patients' pain related outcome after surgery and ist association to genetic variants and non-genetic variables.
Around 6400 shoulder surgeries are performed yearly in Finland. The procedure is mainly day-case surgery and the patients go home in the afternoon. Shoulder surgery is one of the most common procedures performed in private surgical practices. Because of the complex nature of the joint, the recovery may be complicated by severe opstoperative pain, which is relieved with strong opioids. Recently this has been addressed in the literature, as prescribed opioids too often lead to su...
This study aims to investigate the current organization and management of postoperative pain in Denmark, especially for invasive pain treatment modalities (epidural infusions, PCA and regional blocks), in a national survey covering the activities in Danish Hospitals. This study is an electronic questionnaire survey, that aim to describe and map the foundation for future developments within, and improvement of, postoperative pain management.
The purpose of this study is to determine the incidence and risk factors of moderate to severe pain after cardiac surgery, and compare the preoperative pain expectation and postoperative pain experience in the same patient.
The purpose of this randomized controlled trial is to determine whether, "ICE-T," a novel multimodal postoperative pain regimen composed of around the clock ice packs, toradol, and tylenol, has improved pain control intake compared to the standard postoperative pain regimen in patients undergoing vaginal pelvic floor reconstructive surgery.
There is a large variability of postoperative pain intensity and of the drug doses necessary to alleviate this pain. The investigators hypothesis is that a measurement of nociception at the end of surgery, using either the RIII reflex threshold or pupillometry, in relation to the doses of opioids used intraoperatively will yield a prediction of postoperative pain.
Prospective, randomized, single-blind study, whether perioperative educational improves pain-related postoperative outcomes,
Adequate postoperative pain management is challenging for practitioners despite recent advances in pain control techniques and analgesic agents. The purpose of this study is to compare the efficacy of Dipyrone and acetaminophen in postoperative pain after third molar surgery.
The purpose of this research study is to evaluate the drug gabapentin (Neurontin®) for its ability to reduce postoperative pain, the need for morphine-like pain medication, and the severity and frequency of postoperative nausea and vomiting in laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery patients.
Adequate pain therapy is important aspect of perioperative care. Sequelae of inadequate pain management are patient dissatisfaction, post-operative nausea and vomiting (PONV), inadequate nutrition, lack of mobilization, and an increased risk for the development of further complications, such as postoperative delirium (POD). The use of patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) systems, which allow patients to self-administer analgesics, has improved pain management. Conventional i.v. P...
The aim of this study is to explore whether the use of ultrasound guided phrenic nerve block can reduce the postoperative pain in the shoulder after liver resection. The intervention is directed postoperative to the patients experiencing novel right sided shoulder pain.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether KAI-1678 is effective in the treatment of postoperative pain following total hip or total knee replacement.
This will be an open label, prospective study to determine the association between specific genotypes, epigenetics and behavioral factors, with the phenotypes, defined by pain perception, postoperative pain, analgesic and side effect responses to perioperative opioids, chronic postoperative pain and gene expression in adolescents following major spine surgery.
The evidence regarding effects of pain modulator like gabapentin on postoperative pain after sleeve gastrctomy is sparse. Gabapentin has anti-hyperalgesic and postoperative opioid-sparing properties.This study will highlight the effectiveness of preoperative use of gabapentin for postoperative pain management in morbidly obese patients.
The purpose of this study is to compare the pain relieving effect of different doses of MK0663 with placebo and other pain relievers/analgesics in patients with postoperative dental pain. Pain intensity and relief will be measured by the total pain relief score (TOPAR) and patient evaluation.
Effective postoperative pain control is a critical element in patient recovery, as the majority of patients may experience significant pain, particularly in the first few days following surgery. Appropriate postoperative pain management contributes to improved healing, faster patient mobilization, shortened hospital stays, and reduced healthcare costs.
Shoulder disorders are frequent, often associated with pain and occur in 7-34% of the general population and in 21% of the elderly population. Of particular interest is prediction of postoperative pain after outpatient arthroscopic shoulder surgery since the clinical experience is that surgery does not always provides pain relief and the interindividual variation in acute postoperative pain intensity is significant. In addition, a Swedish study has shown that shoulder operatio...
Postoperative pain is the most undesired consequence of surgery, and if not managed adequately, can lead to delayed recovery and increased hospital stay. Surveys continue to reveal that postoperative pain is insufficiently managed throughout the first world, let alone in the Third World. An American survey over 20 years showed that only one in four patients had adequate relief of postoperative pain. This has led recovery room protocols to include pain as a fifth vital sign that...
The aim of this study was to evaluate an effect of pre - incisional single injection of low-dose ketamine on postoperative pain after remifentanil infusion in patients undergoing laparoscopic gastric bypass and gastric plication surgery. Ketamine is an old general anaesthetic. Low doses of it might be used as a adjunct in postoperative analgesia.The investigators expect that the low-dose ketamine reduces postoperative pain after bariatric surgeries.