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Ultrasound-Guided Percutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation of the Median Nerve for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

"Percutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation is a medical procedure that involves the application of an electrical current through needling filaments embedded close to the nerve, in this case the median nerve. ".

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04246216


Comparison of the Efficacy of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) at Different Pulse Numbers in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

"The aim of the study is to investigate the effects of ESWT applications on pain, function, grip strength, and median nerve conduction velocity in patients with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. " Patients with carpal tunnel syndrome who were hospitalized in Gaziosmapa, 2022, and December 2022, will be included in the study, although the patient's symptoms have persisted for at least three months. Patients will be randomly divided into three groups: the low dose ESWT group, the high dose ESWT group, and the control group. Different groups of the first two groups will be given ESWT therapy at different doses, while the control group will be treated with sound only. The exercises will be shown to the patient before the first ESWT application, and the patients will be sent in brochure form. In the second position, the wrist and other fingers are in extension, in the third position, when the thumb is in the neutral position, the thumb and other fingers are in extension, in the fourth position, when the thumb is in the same position as the wrist and other fingers are in extension, in the fifth position, in the fifth position, the thumb is in extension, in the fifth position, in the fifth position, when the wrist and thumb are in the same position, when the thumb is in extension.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05314777


Reliability And Validity Of Urdu Version Of Disabilities Of The Arm, Shoulder And Hand Questionnaire Among Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Patients

After the ethical review committee of Riphah international university of Faisalabad's ethical review committee, a cross-sectional research will be carried out. " In this report, 90 people will be included in this research from various community areas, hospitals, and rehabilitation centers with carpal tunnel syndrome. The Arm, Shoulder, and Hand questionnaire will be correlated with the Boston carpal tunnel syndrome questionnaire and visual analogue scales. ".

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05411068


Carpal Tunnel Release Under Local Infiltration Anaesthesia Versus Local Infiltration Anaesthesia and Median Nerve Block- a Study Protocol of a Blinded Randomized Controlled Trial.

"Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common upper extremity entrapment neuropathy," the upper extremity's entrapment neuropathy. In CTR, there are no randomised controlled trials comparing local infiltration anaesthesia to local infiltration anaesthesia, enhancing the distal median nerve block. During CTR and postoperatively, the investigators' intention is to determine if distal median nerve block in an adjunct to WALANT surgery reduces pain during CTR and postoperative pain. The investigators' primary theory is that distal median nerve block, in comparison to local infiltration anaesthesia, does not reduce pain during and after CTR, although pure local anaesthesia does not reduce pain during and after CTR. The first group will have local infiltration anaesthesia and distal median nerve block, as well as the other local infiltration anaesthesia. Using the visual analogue scale, the primary outcome measure is the pain level experienced by the patient during the test. A high-quality RCT will determine whether median nerve blockade's benefits or drawbacks of the adjunct to local infiltration anaesthesia.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05372393


ADjunct bicarbonatE vs. no Bicarbonate in Local anaesthesIa for CarpAl Tunnel rElease (DELICATE). A Randomized Controlled Trial

"Introduction Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common peripheral nerve entrapment disorder in Finland and around the world. " Today, carpal tunnel release surgery is increasingly performed in local anesthesia. Hypothesis CTR in wide-awake local anaesthesia no tourniquet CTR In this report, the investigators will investigate the effects of buffering long-lasting local anaesthetic in wide-awake local anaesthesia. After the surgery, the patient's first postoperative night was the 3rd postoperative night, the investigators' secondary findings are comparisons of predicted injection pain level with VAS, individual pain tolerance/catastrophising tendency with preoperative PCS-FINv2. 0 format, the number of needle stings during the injection, functional outcome, and pain relief after the procedure. The Boston Carpal Tunnel Questionnaire estimates patient satisfaction with net promoter score and use of painkillers, duration of analgesia and pain relief of the patients's, along with VAS.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05328180

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