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Contact Information:

Dr R Nandi
+44 (0)20 7405 9200

Study Location:

Great Ormond Street Hospital

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Double blind comparison of analgesia with morphine or morphine and ketamine after abdominal surgery in children aged 3 months to 1 year

Not Recruiting

Open to: All Genders

Age: Child

Medical Conditions

Signs and Symptoms: Pain

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Does the use of ketamine with morphine for acute postoperative pain reduce inflammatory hypersensitivity and morphine requirements?

Randomised controlled trial

Start dates may differ between countries and research sites. The research team are responsible for keeping the information up-to-date.  

The recruitment start and end dates are as follows:

01 Sep 2002

16 Apr 2007


Intervention Type : Drug
Intervention Description : 1. Post-operative pain therapy2. Standard care

You can take part if:

Children who have undergone abdominal surgery

You may not be able to take part if:

Not provided at time of registration

Below are the locations for where you can take part in the trial. Please note that not all sites may be open.

  • Great Ormond Street Hospital
    WC1N 3JH

The study is sponsored by Department of Health (UK) and funded by Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust / Institute of Child Health (UK) .

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