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241. Transdermal and Topical Drug Administration in the Treatment of Pain (PubMed)

in the structures of the joint and a provision of local anti-inflammatory effects. Topically administered drugs such as lidocaine and capsaicin in patches, capsaicin in cream, EMLA cream, and creams containing antidepressants (i.e., doxepin, amitriptyline) act mainly locally in tissues through receptors and/or ion channels. Transdermal and topical routes offer some advantages over systemic analgesic administration. Analgesics administered topically have a much better profile for adverse effects as they relieve

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2018 Molecules : A Journal of Synthetic Chemistry and Natural Product Chemistry

242. Study of Efficacy and Safety of Gabapentin to Reduce the Need for Strong Opioid Use in Head and Neck Cancer Patients.

or with prior gabapentin/pregabalin use Patients taking pain medications (e.g. topical analgesics such as lidocaine gel or lidocaine patch) for pre-existing pain of other aetiology. Administration of topical mouthwash is allowed. Patients with pre-existing peripheral neuropathy of another aetiology, B12 deficiency, AIDS, monoclonal gammopathy, diabetes, heavy metal poisoning, syphilis, amyloidosis, hyper- or hypothyroidism, inherited neuropathy Patients taking anti-epileptics for (myoclonic) seizures

2018 Clinical Trials

243. A mechanistic approach to pain management: Applying the biopsychosocial model to physical therapy

) Terminology. Dec 2017; . [5] Edwards RR, Dworkin RH, Sullivan MD, Turk DC, Wasan AD. The Role of Psychosocial Processes in the Development and Maintenance of Chronic Pain. J. Pain. Sep 2016;17(9 Suppl):T70-92. [6] Demant DT, Lund K, Finnerup NB, et al. Pain relief with lidocaine 5% patch in localized peripheral neuropathic pain in relation to pain phenotype: a randomised, double-blind, and placebo-controlled, phenotype panel study. Pain. Nov 2015;156(11):2234-2244. [7] Sluka KA. Mechanisms and Management

2018 Body in Mind blog

244. A physician’s personal crisis with pain

insurance that covers multiple modalities of therapies. Many insurances are more than happy to cover oxycodone but don’t cover strategies that avoid opioids, such as osteopaths, massage, cold compression machines or even the nerve blocks and lidocaine patches I found to be a lifesaver. In many regions, comprehensive pain centers are either nonexistent or pill mills. People in pain are left see-sawing between over and undertreatment. There is as much a pain crisis in America as an opioid crisis. Chronic

2018 KevinMD blog

245. Comparison of the effectiveness in pain reduction and pulmonary function between a rib splint constructed in the ER and a manufactured rib splint. (PubMed)

Comparison of the effectiveness in pain reduction and pulmonary function between a rib splint constructed in the ER and a manufactured rib splint. In the treatment of patients with rib fractures (RFs), pain reduction is the most important consideration. Various studies have examined the effectiveness of treatments administered to RF patients, such as lidocaine patches, IV drugs, nerve blockers, and surgery. In this study, we evaluated the difference in the effectiveness in pain reduction

2018 Medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

246. Is there any evidence to suggest which analgesic patch would be the most appropriate to use for a patient with uncontrolled chronic pain who also suffers from Fibrosing Alveolitis?.

are receiving Durogesic DTrans and CYP3A4 inhibitors should be monitored for signs of respiratory depression and dosage adjustments should be made if warranted.” [1] In addition, we located one study evaluating the use of lidocaine 5% patch (a 2-week pilot study) and one assessing a topical diclofenac patch in patients with OA. In brief, the authors report: Gammaitoni AR, Galer BS and Onawola R et al. Lidocaine patch 5% and its positive impact on pain qualities in osteoarthritis: results of a pilot 2-week (...) , open-label study using the Neuropathic Pain Scale. Curr Med Res Opin. 2004;20 Suppl 2:S13-9. ( ) “ CONCLUSIONS: In patients with moderate-to-severe OA of the knee, 2 weeks of treatment with the lidocaine patch 5% significantly reduces the intensity of pain qualities as measured by all 4 NPS composite measures. Our results coincide with previously reported improvements in pain and physical function in the same patient population, as measured by the Western Ontario and McMaster Universities OA Index

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247. Reducing the pain of childhood vaccination: an evidence-based clinical practice guideline

in Canada are lidocaine– prilocaine 5% cream or patch (EMLA, AstraZeneca Canada), amethocaine 4% gel (Ametop, Smith and Nephew) and liposo- mal lidocaine 4% cream (Maxilene, RGR Pharma). Education of parents (written, electronic or in person) is required, including specifying the exact site or sites of admin- istration. Topical anesthetics must be applied ahead of time, 20–60 minutes before the injection, depending on the com- mercial product being applied. The topical anesthetic can be applied upon (...) the injection reduce pain at the time of injection? Background and evidence Topical anesthetics reduce pain associated with needle pro - cedures, including venipuncture and intravenous cannula- tion. 57 Our systematic review 12 included 10 trials that evalu- ated the effects of topical anesthetics in a total of 1156 infants and children (up to 15 years of age). 17,58–66 Of the seven studies that compared topical anesthetics with placebo cream or patch, six showed that these drugs were effective in reducing

2011 CPG Infobase

249. Primary Care Management of Headache in Adults

medications are contraindicated and/or ineffective. When used, they should be carefully monitored to avoid medication overuse (use on less than 10 days per month), abuse, and dependence. RCT (G1d, G7) A severe withdrawal syndrome, including seizures, can occur on discontinuation of high doses. G (G7) ? Intranasal Lidocaine There is insufficient evidence to recommend for or against intranasal lidocaine for the treatment of migraine. EO (GUC) Primary Care Management of Headache in Adults | September 2016

2012 Toward Optimized Practice

250. Pain (PDQ®): Health Professional Version

): 4042-4049, 2017. [ ] [ ] Sauerland C, Engelking C, Wickham R, et al.: Vesicant extravasation part I: Mechanisms, pathogenesis, and nursing care to reduce risk. Oncol Nurs Forum 33 (6): 1134-41, 2006. [ ] Pucino F, Danielson BD, Carlson JD, et al.: Patient tolerance to intravenous potassium chloride with and without lidocaine. Drug Intell Clin Pharm 22 (9): 676-9, 1988. [ ] Curran CF, Luce JK, Page JA: Doxorubicin-associated flare reactions. Oncol Nurs Forum 17 (3): 387-9, 1990 May-Jun. [ ] Long TD

2016 PDQ - NCI's Comprehensive Cancer Database

251. Acute Myocardial Infarction in patients presenting with ST-segment elevation

receptor blockers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2598 4.4.8. Aldosterone antagonists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2598 4.4.9. Magnesium, glucose–insulin–potassium, lidocaine . 2598 5. Complications following ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2600 5.1. Haemodynamic disturbances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2600 5.1.1. Heart failure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2600 5.1.2. Management

2012 European Society of Cardiology

252. Herpes simplex - oral

trauma to the area of primary infection, and dental or surgical procedures. Any associated . Any underlying medical conditions that may affect the of herpes simplex infection, such as immunosuppression or atopic eczema. Assess for any red flags that may suggest more serious underlying disease such as oral cancer, including: Unexplained ulceration in the oral cavity lasting for more than 3 weeks. A suspicious lump on the lip or in the oral cavity. A red, or red and white, patch in the oral cavity (...) painful infectious oral ulcers (of various aetiologies) in an emergency department setting found 2% topical lidocaine was not superior to placebo gel in improving oral fluid intake [ ]. CKS notes that some topical anaesthetic preparations are available over-the-counter, and expert opinion in an AAOM Clinical practice statement states 'topical anaesthetics, anti-inflammatory agents, and analgesics can help reduce the pain of recurrent herpes lesions' [ ], and expert opinion in a US dental review

2016 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

253. Depolarising Electrical Skin Stimulation in Neuropathic and Postoperative Pain

stimulation may depolarize unmyelinated skin nociceptors involving NaV1.7 channels. In this case electrical stimulation may provoke pain already with very low currency intensity which normally not provoke pain in healthy subjects. This may be predictive for pain relief due to the sodium channel blocker lidocaine 5% patch. The study will characterize pain states in peripheral neuropathic pain as well as within the painful scar in chronic postoperative pain with regard to the involvement of NaV1.7 channels

2017 Clinical Trials

254. Why this anesthesiologist says “no” to fentanyl

in an era of cost containment in healthcare. When I started my anesthesia residency, we assumed that since fentanyl’s analgesic and euphoric effects were so brief, short-term exposure to the drug wouldn’t increase a patient’s risk of long-term narcotic abuse. For the first few years, fentanyl was kept in unsecured medication carts in the operating rooms along with Benadryl, lidocaine, and other commonly used medications. But anesthesiology departments quickly learned that fentanyl did indeed have high (...) abuse potential. Its pleasurable “high” and rapid onset proved irresistible to some people, and deaths from overdose occurred all too often among medical personnel. Now, we track every microgram of fentanyl used or discarded during surgery. Fentanyl stayed quietly under the radar for decades as an IV drug useful primarily in anesthesiology practice. But it began to see more use in the treatment of chronic pain — as transdermal patches, or “ ” for absorption by mouth. And with its increased

2017 KevinMD blog

255. Midfacial Product Selection

Intervention/treatment Active Comparator: Group A Poor structural support/volume (atrophy of soft tissues, leading to loss of projection) with adequate skin envelope (normal or thick skin). Treated with Restylane Lyft. Device: Restylane Lyft Restylane® Lyft is a sterile gel of hyaluronic acid with lidocaine generated by Streptococcus species of bacteria, chemically cross-linked with BDDE (the cross linker), stabilized and suspended in phosphate buffered saline at pH=7 and concentration of 20 mg/mL. Lyft (...) to appear for all scheduled follow-up visits; No previous facial fillers for a period of 12 months prior to this study; No previous facial fillers in the mid-face for 18 months prior to this study; Capable of providing informed consent. Exclusion Criteria: Current Pregnancy or lactation [sexually active women of childbearing age must agree to use medically acceptable methods of contraception for the duration of this study (e.g., oral contraceptives, condoms, intrauterine device, shot/injection, patch

2017 Clinical Trials

256. Hyperthermia Influences the Effects of Sodium Channel Blocking Drugs in Human-Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Cardiomyocytes. (PubMed)

currents in human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes (hiPSC-CMs).hiPSC-CMs were generated from human skin fibroblasts of a healthy donor. The peak and late sodium currents (INa), steady-state activation, inactivation and recovery from inactivation of INa in hiPSC-CMs were analyzed using the whole-cell patch clamp technique. The effects of different concentrations of the antiarrhythmic drugs flecainide, lidocaine, ajmaline and the antianginal drug ranolazine on INa were tested at 36°C (...) and 40°C. Increasing the temperature of the bath solution from 36°C to 40°C enhanced the inhibition of peak INa but reduced the inhibition of late INa by flecainide and lidocaine. By contrast, increasing the temperature reduced the effect of ajmaline and ranolazine on the peak INa but not late INa. None of the tested drugs showed temperature-dependent effects on the steady-state activation and inactivation as well as on the recovery from inactivation of INa in hiPSC-CMs.Temperature variation from

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2016 PLoS ONE

257. PRINT Trial (Platelet Rich Injection vs Needle Tenotomy)

, bracing, physical therapy, extracorporal shock wave therapy, anesthetic injections, steroid injections, prolotherapy, nitro patches, surgery and more recently platelet rich plasma, all of which have had conflicting results in the literature. Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is an autologous blood product that contains a high concentration of platelet-derived growth factors that have the potential to enhance healing. In a study by Mishra et al, common extensor tenindosis showed improved pain symptoms (71% vs (...) with approximately an 18 gauge needle with adequate amount of anesthetic (lidocaine) for effective anesthesia. Investigators will keep track of the number of passes through the tendon. Investigators will keep track of the amount and type of anesthetic used Procedure: Percutaneous Needle Tenotomy A sham phlebotomy sample will be drawn on all study participants. Participants in this treatment group will be given local anesthesia with 1% lidocaine and then blinded to the intervention using a blind fold or shielding

2017 Clinical Trials

258. Efficacy of the Buzzy® Device on the Prevention of Health Care Induced Pediatric Pain in a Vaccination Center

the cooling system. Device: Buzzy® device Just before the vaccination or venipuncture the device will be applied on the selected site during 30 seconds and then it will be moved 5 cm above the selected site to make the injection or the puncture. The child will choose if he wants to use the cooling system. Active Comparator: EMLAPATCH (lidocaine, prilocaine) The patch will be applied during 1 hour to 1 hour and half before the vaccination or venipuncture, on the selected site. After 1 hour to 1 hour (...) and half, it will be removed and the injection or the puncture will be made on the selected site. Drug: EMLAPATCH (lidocaine, prilocaine) The patch will be applied during 1 hour to 1 hour and half before the vaccination or venipuncture, on the selected site. After 1 hour to 1 hour and half, it will be removed and the injection or the puncture will be made on the selected site. Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Faces Pain Scale revised (FPS-r) for children [ Time Frame: Day 0 ] Pain

2017 Clinical Trials

259. Impact of Hypno-analgesia on Pain During a Lumbar Puncture for Diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease

pain management in adults are applied. A transdermal device of lidocaine-pilocaine (type EMLA) is applied 120 minutes before the LP . In addition, an equimolar oxygen-nitrous oxide (MEOPA) mixture could be added. Then, patients benefit from a helping relationship before and during the gesture dedicated to reduce anxiety. Until recently, non-medicinal techniques (relaxation, hypnosis ...) were not recommendedin cases of major anxiety or analgesia deemed insufficient. Many studies have shown (...) , it seems relevantto analyse the effect of this technic in order th test the following hypothesis: hypno-analgesia (non-medicinal technique of care) associated with EMLA patch is more effective than the helping relationship associated with EMLA patch to reduce the pain that may inverse during the LP for diagnosis in patient with mild to moderate stage of Alzheimer's disease. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Cognitive Impairment Alzheimer Disease Other: Relational care Other: Hypno

2017 Clinical Trials

260. Kybella With Triamcinolone

by (Responsible Party): Goldman, Butterwick, Fitzpatrick and Groff Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: This study is to evaluate the efficacy, edema and pain associated with Kybella(TM) injections of the upper neck in the treatment of submental fat with varying low concentrations of triamcinolone acetonide plus low doses of lidocaine. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Adiposity Drug: Injectable sodium deoxycholate Combination Product: Injectable sodium deoxycholate (...) mg/cm2 of Kybella(TM) with 0.2 mL of 1% lidocaine with no epinephrine plus 0.2cc saline to the non-TMC group to maintain equal concentrations in each injection so that the final Kybella concentration per vial will be 10mg/1.2mls or 1.6mg per 0.2 cc injection point will be delivered in up to 50 injections spaced 1.0 cm apart at 0.2 mL/injection for a total maximal dose of up to 100 mg of SDOC. Group 2 (10 patients per site): Kybella(TM)+TMC at 1.0 mg/mL: 2.0 mL of 2 mg/cm2 of Kybella(TM

2017 Clinical Trials

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