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A prospective, randomized, controlled trial assessing diazepam to

8/20/2014
03:23 | Author: Taylor Sanders

Diazepam Recall
A prospective, randomized, controlled trial assessing diazepam to

controlled trial assessing diazepam to reduce perception and recall of pain during transrectal ultrasonography-guided biopsy of the prostate.

A total of 60 patients (29 diazepam, 31 placebo) completed pre- and postbiopsy surveys for analysis. The number of cores sampled during biopsy was controlled during analysis and was found to have no correlation with total pain measured. There were no differences between diazepam and placebo groups in age, prebiopsy survey results, immediate and 1 week postbiopsy survey results. There was no difference in the patients' willingness to undergo a repeated procedure in the control and treatment groups.

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A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial Assessing Diazepam to

6/19/2014
01:06 | Author: Samantha Price

Diazepam Recall
A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial Assessing Diazepam to

Publication » A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial Assessing Diazepam to Reduce Perception and Recall of Pain During Transrectal Ultrasound Guided.

ABSTRACT Introduction and Objective The effect of oral anxiolytics in diminishing patient discomfort and pain perception has been demonstrated in GI endoscopy, percutaneous coronary interventions, and various procedures in the ER setting, but has not been prospectively studied in the setting of prostate biopsy. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of diazepam on pain perception during and after prostate biopsy. Methods Sixty patients undergoing prostate biopsy at a single academic institution were enrolled into a prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled study. A questionnaire was administered pre-biopsy to determine baseline discomfort and pain history. A visual analog pain scale was used to determine pain associated with each step of the TRUS prostate biopsy and was administered 20 minutes following biopsy and one-week later. Responses were compared between groups using Mann-Whitney U, Fisher's exact test and Wilcoxon signed rank test as appropriate. Results A total of 60 patients (29 valium, 31 placebo) completed pre- and post-biopsy surveys for analysis. Number of cores sampled during biopsy was controlled during analysis, and was found to have no correlation with total pain measured. There were no differences between valium and placebo groups in age, pre-biopsy survey results, immediate and one week post-biopsy survey results. There was no difference in the patients' willingness to undergo repeat procedure in the control and treatment groups. Complications of taking diazepam pre-biopsy included drowsiness, chills and ankle injury. Conclusions Diazepam does not improve patient pain perception immediay after or at one-week recall following prostate biopsy. Omitting diazepam simplifies the biopsy regimen and allows the patient to drive himself home. Based on these results, routine use of diazepam in prostate biopsy is not recommended.

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4/18/2014
01:09 | Author: Nick Barnes

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Diazepam Recall. 6/11/13 update to Diazepam recall! Additional lots of Diazepam manufactured by Hospira are.

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A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial Assessing Diazepam to

2/17/2014
03:32 | Author: Samantha Price

Diazepam Recall
A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial Assessing Diazepam to

A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial Assessing Diazepam to Reduce Perception and Recall of Pain During Transrectal Ultrasound Guided Biopsy of the.

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A Prospective, Randomized, Controlled Trial Assessing Diazepam

10/26/2014
05:25 | Author: Taylor Sanders

Diazepam Recall
A Prospective, Randomized, Controlled Trial Assessing Diazepam

Purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of diazepam on pain perception during and. assessed their recall of the pain felt during each step as well as.

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