Media Articles Related to Msir (Morphine)
Study: New drug could be safer, non-addictive alternative to morphine
Source: Alcohol / Addiction / Illegal Drugs News From Medical News Today [2016.01.29]
Researchers at Tulane University and Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System have developed a painkiller that is as strong as morphine but isn't likely to be addictive and with fewer side...
Patients who are not prescribed opioids find more improvements in physical function, study
Source: Diabetes News From Medical News Today [2016.01.25]
Opioids such as morphine, codeine and Tylenol 3 can be effective for treating pain, however, a new University of Alberta study finds that patients with neuropathic pain taking opioids report no...
Weight Loss Improves Function and Knee OA Pain (CME/CE)
Source: MedPageToday.com - medical news plus CME for physicians [2016.01.30]
(MedPage Today) -- Weight loss of more than 10% produced the greatest improvement
New Guidelines: Diagnostic Imaging of Chest Pain in ED
Source: Medscape Emergency Medicine Headlines [2016.01.28]
The ACC and ACR have released guidelines for the appropriate use of diagnostic imaging for chest pain in the ED and provided straightforward tables to help expedite care.
Medscape Medical News
Herbal Medicine for Low Back Pain: A Cochrane Review
Source: Medscape Orthopaedics Headlines [2016.01.28]
Are herbal medicines a safe and effective option for sufferers of chronic low back pain?
Published Studies Related to Msir (Morphine)
Influence of Morphine on Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Ticagrelor in
Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction (IMPRESSION): study protocol for a
randomized controlled trial. 
BACKGROUND: Ticagrelor is an oral platelet P2Y12 receptor antagonist which is
recommended for patients suffering from myocardial infarction, both with and
without persistent ST segment elevation... DISCUSSION: This study is expected to provide essential evidence-based data on
the impact of morphine on the absorption of ticagrelor in patients with
myocardial infarction as well as to shed some light on the suspected connection
between morphine use and antiplatelet activity of ticagrelor in the same group of
Efficacy and safety of sublingual fentanyl orally disintegrating tablet at doses
determined from oral morphine rescue doses in the treatment of breakthrough
cancer pain. 
evaluate the efficacy and safety of sublingual fentanyl tablet... CONCLUSIONS: Patients treated with strong opioid analgesics at fixed intervals
Evaluation of a single-dose, extended-release epidural morphine formulation for
pain control after lumbar spine surgery. 
DepoDur, an extended-release epidural morphine, has been used effectively for
postoperative pain control following many orthopaedic and general surgery
procedures and has provided prolonged analgesia when compared with Duramorph. The
goal of this article was to compare the safety and analgesic efficacy of DepoDur
versus Duramorph after lumbar spine surgery...
Morphine decreases clopidogrel concentrations and effects: a randomized,
double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. 
effects on platelets... CONCLUSIONS: Morphine delays clopidogrel absorption, decreases plasma levels of
Transversus abdominis plane block versus perioperative intravenous lidocaine
versus patient-controlled intravenous morphine for postoperative pain control
after laparoscopic colorectal surgery: study protocol for a prospective,
randomized, double-blind controlled clinical trial. 
BACKGROUND: Despite the laparoscopic approach becoming the standard in colorectal
surgery, postoperative pain management for minimally invasive surgery is still
mainly based on strategies that have been established for open surgical
procedures... DISCUSSION: Recognizing the importance of a multimodal approach for perioperative
pain management, we aim to investigate whether a transversus abdominis plane
block delivers superior pain control in comparison to perioperative intravenous
lidocaine and patient-controlled intravenous analgesia with morphine alone.
Clinical Trials Related to Msir (Morphine)
Patients-Controlled Epidural Analgesia After Gastric Bypass for Morbid Obesity Using Morphine-Levobupivacaine Regimens [Completed]
Adequate postoperative analgesia can facilitate recovery following gastric bypass surgery
for morbid obesity. The efficacy and safety of intravenous patient - controlled analgesia
has been studied, but up to date no data are available concerning the use of thoracic
epidural patient-controlled analgesia regarding the use of levobupivacaine combined with
morphine in morbidly obese patients. The investigators' aim in this prospective,
randomized, double-blinded study was to compare the analgesic effectiveness, the dose
requirements and side effects of thoracic epidural patient controlled analgesia 0. 1% and
0. 2% levobupivacaine combined with a continuous epidural administration of morphine, with or
without a loading dose, after open gastric bypass for morbid obesity.
The Median Effective Dose (ED50) of Paracetamol and Morphine : A Study of Interaction Study [Completed]
The aim of our study is to define the median effective analgesic doses (ED50) of
paracetamol, morphine, and their combination and determination the nature of their
interaction administered IV for postoperative pain after moderate painful surgery using
up-and-down and isobolographic methods.
A Comparison of Morphine and Morphine Plus Dexmedetomidine in Chronic Cancer Pain [Recruiting]
The purpose of this study is to determine whether dexmedetomidine added to morphine is
effective in the treatment of chronic cancer pain.
Ketamine Associated With Morphine PCA After Total Hip Arthroplasty [Completed]
Ketamine (an analgesic drug often associated with morphine in the treatment of Opioid
Induced Hyperalgesia) is often mixed in Morphine PCA syringe. We make the hypothesis that
ketamine administrated separately via a continuous infusion, could induced a better
We will perform a randomised double blind study to determine the best infusion mode of
intravenous ketamine, associated with morphine in PCA syringe or alone in continuous
Continuous Pre-uterine Wound Infiltration Versus Intrathecal Morphine for Postoperative Analgesia After Cesarean Section [Recruiting]
The cesarean section is considered as a painful surgery during the post operative period.
Mothers may need to move immediately after the surgery to take care of their babies. This
may increase the risk of major pain and chronic pain. Thus, excellent postoperative
analgesia is required so that mothers do not experience pain in caring for their baby.
Currently, several techniques have been developed to manage postoperative pain related to
c-section scar such as intrathecal morphine during spinal anesthesia or continuous
pre-peritoneal wound infiltration. The comparison between anesthetic techniques has never
been performed and it is still not know if the combination of intrathecal morphine plus
continuous pre-peritoneal wound infiltration provide a synergistic or additional effect on