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compare the postoperative pain between Bupivacaine peritoneal Infiltration plus immediately postoperative intramuscular Diclofenac and Bupivacaine peritoneal infiltration alone by using visual analogue score (VAS).
Cold Therapy has been used for a variety of procedures and has been studied in several but not recently studied for reducing postop pain following Caesarean Sections. The hypothesis is that Cold Therapy will reduce postop pain and increase patients mobility and improve care of her newborn.
This is a prospective randomized single blinded study in patients planned to undergo general anesthesia and epidural catheter insertion for pain control after abdominal, thoracic and orthopedic surgery. Patients meeting participation criteria will be selected and enrolled sequentially. The study recruitment will be carried out over one year with follow-up for each patient until either the catheter is dislodged or once decided that the patient is to be discontinued from the epidural pain control.
This study seeks to examine the analgesic efficacy of genicular nerve blocks for pain after total knee replacement.
To determine the effect of post-operative abdominal binder usage on total narcotic usage after undergoing surgery. To determine if abdominal binder usage results in decreased visual analog scale (VAS) pain scores and shorter time to first ambulation post operatively.
This study evaluates how a protocol of scheduled non-narcotic anesthetic used in the immediate post-operative period affects the average patient pain scale scores and the amount of oral narcotic medication administered. The objective of the study is to identify a post-operative pain control regimen that can decrease the amount of oral narcotic medications administered in the post-operative period. The primary outcome will be the amount of morphine milligram equivalents (MME) used in each group. Secondary outcomes will include pain scores, postoperative complete blood count, and post-operative satisfaction with care received during admission.
This is a clinical study that will investigate the occurrence of post-operative discomfort following the use of the Gentlewave System for root canal disinfection and irrigation. Assessment of discomfort level will be via a visualized analog pain scale.
The purpose of the study is to evaluate the efficacy of three different types of pain medication (Oxycodone - an opioid, Ibuprofen - a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory, and Acetaminophen - a non-opioid analgesic) in the management of postoperative pain following single soft tissue procedures of the hand and wrist performed exclusively under local anesthesia without sedation. The results of this study will help define optimal prescribing guidelines following the two most common hand surgeries while also potentially validating the use of opioid alternatives post-operatively in order to help mitigate excessive or unnecessary dispensal of opioid analgesics.
this study will assess different irrigating materials on the success revascularization of necrotic mature teeth associated with PRF.
The goal of this research was to relate the occurrence of post-endodontic pain after single-visit RCT using there irrigating regime. Methodology: All 216 patients had upper or lower molar, premolar or anterior teeth selected for conventional RCT for prosthetic reasons detected with only vital pulps. Of the sample of 216 teeth, were selected to just one method for instrumentation and different manner to irrigate. All instruments were used with a micro motor (VDW, Munich Germany). Reciproc instruments. Final irrigation with cold (8oC, 2.5 oC and room temperature 17% EDTA and saline solution served as a lubricants.