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Randomized, Controlled, Double-blind, Efficacy Study Comparing Compounded Topical Pain Creams vs. Placebo for Treating Pain Symptoms


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Id: NCT02497066

Organisation Name: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

Overal Status: Completed

Start Date: August 5, 2015

Last Update: May 28, 2019

Lead Sponsor: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

Brief Summary: The main objective of this protocol is to determine the effectiveness of using compounded topical pain creams for treating neuropathic, nociceptive, or mixed-pain syndromes. Since these compounded pain creams may be associated with burning or irritation at the application site, and possible systemic effects may present, the secondary objective is to determine the relative satisfaction with the creams. The investigators hypothesis is that the active pain creams may provide significant benefit compared to placebo cream.

3.1 Specific Aims

Specific Aim 1 will determine pain relief following treatment with the appropriate (based on specified pain) compounded topical pain cream or a placebo cream. The investigators hypothesis is that the compounded topical pain creams will provide greater pain relief than placebo creams.
Specific Aim 2 will measure the patient satisfaction with the cream (compound or placebo). The investigators hypothesis is that the compounded topical pain creams will improve patient satisfaction, while the placebo cream will not result in a change in patient satisfaction with their pain treatment.

Conditions:
  • Pain


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