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Newswise: COVID-19 Pandemic Highlights Advantages of Digital Technology in Clinical Research
Released: 2-Jun-2020 11:05 AM EDT
COVID-19 Pandemic Highlights Advantages of Digital Technology in Clinical Research
Osteopathic Research Center, University of North Texas Health Science Center

Digital technology has facilitated continued research operations for a pain research registry during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cloud-based systems that allow remote management of research studies and collection of data may signal a new trend for future clinical research endeavors.

Released: 27-Apr-2020 8:35 AM EDT
Public Health Expert Discusses Potential Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Access to Recommended First-Line Treatments for Chronic Pain
Osteopathic Research Center, University of North Texas Health Science Center

Public health expert, John C. Licciardone, a physician and preventive medicine specialist, discusses the potential impact of COVID-19 on patients' access to recommended treatments for chronic pain.

Released: 12-Mar-2020 9:50 AM EDT
Key Chronic Low Back Pain Outcomes Remain Stable Over Time
Osteopathic Research Center, University of North Texas Health Science Center

Data from the PRECISION Pain Research Registry demonstrated that key outcome measures of chronic low back pain, such as pain intensity, physical function and five quality-of-life measures, remained generally stable regardless of patient characteristics and the treatments they used.

Released: 27-Apr-2010 8:45 AM EDT
Manipulative Treatment Benefits Older Hospitalized Pneumonia Patients
Osteopathic Research Center, University of North Texas Health Science Center

A clinical trial of 406 elderly subjects hospitalized with pneumonia showed reductions in length of stay, duration of IV antibiotics and respiratory failure or death in patients who received osteopathic manipulative treatment and conventional medical care when compared to patients who received only conventional medical care.

Released: 28-Jan-2010 8:30 AM EST
Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Improves Back Function in Late Pregnancy
Osteopathic Research Center, University of North Texas Health Science Center

This study reports that women who receive osteopathic manipulative treatment in the third trimester of pregnancy retain more normal function in their low back, which allows them to better manage daily tasks such as bending, lifting, sitting or walking late in their pregnancy compared to women who receive only usual prenatal care or usual prenatal care and placebo ultrasound.

Released: 24-Sep-2009 11:00 PM EDT
Manipulation Improves Back Function in Late Pregnancy
Osteopathic Research Center, University of North Texas Health Science Center

A study published by the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, demonstrates that osteopathic manipulative treatment slows or halts the deterioration of back-specific function in the third trimester of pregnancy.

24-Oct-2008 8:50 AM EDT
Research Suggests that Manual Medicine May Improve Outcomes in Elderly with Pneumonia
Osteopathic Research Center, University of North Texas Health Science Center

A clinical trial of 306 subjects 50 years of age or older who were hospitalized with community-acquired pneumonia, showed a one-day reduction in the length of hospital stay in those patients who received osteopathic manual treatment in addition to standard medical care as compared to patients who received only conventional medical care.


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