Clinical Trial

Nonopioid Analgesia After Arthroscopic Meniscus Surgery

Study Description

Nonopioid Analgesia After Arthroscopic Meniscus Surgery

This is a randomized, single blinded, standard of care controlled clinical trial. This project aims to compare postoperative pain control in patients in two treatment arms of arthroscopic meniscus surgery: a treatment group given a non-opioid pain control regimen, and a standard of care control group given standard opioid pain control regimen

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

Pharmaceutical medication involved Pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Drug - Celecoxib

Post-Operative Non Opioid Pain Protocol

Drug - Hydrocodon/Acetaminophen

Traditionally used narcotic pain control

Drug - Ketorolac

Post-Operative Non Opioid Pain Protocol

Drug - Gabapentin

Post-Operative Non Opioid Pain Protocol

Drug - Acetaminophen

Post-Operative Non Opioid Pain Protocol

Drug - Diazepam

Post-Operative Non Opioid Pain Protocol

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Traditional vs. Nonopioid Analgesia After Arthroscopic Meniscus Surgery

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03820193

ParticipAid ID

dJ6Wld