Protocol Information

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Title Treatment of Headache in Acute and Subacute Ischemic Stroke
Description This research is being done to evaluate the effectiveness of various pain medications to treat headache in the setting of acute and subacute ischemic stroke.

Participants will be asked to be in this study for about 14 hours.

Study Visits will be in downtown Buffalo at Buffalo General Hospital
Objective (CSR# 180465915887) This is an observational study that is using questionnaires to compare patient reported symptoms after using different analgesics to treat headaches associated with acute and subacute stroke.

Keywords: ER, Headache, Acute and Subacute stroke
Principal Investigator PHAM, ALISE
Age Group Adult
Drugs Involved
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Status Open
Key Eligibility Age 18 +
Patients identified to have headache associated with acute and subacute ischemic stroke.
Patient must be able to rate their pain on a visual analogue scale (VAS) ranging from 0-10
Disease Group Emergency; Headache/Migraine; Stroke
Treatment
Contact ALISE PHAM
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alisefar@buffalo.edu