Pathophysiology of Post Amputation Pain - Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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Pathophysiology of Post Amputation Pain

Objective

This study is being done because researchers hypothesize that there is distinct and measurable pathophysiology of the peripheral, central and sympathetic nervous systems that occur in response to the amputation of a limb.

IRB Protocol Number
STU00047835
Principal Investigator(s)
R. Norman Harden

Clinical Trial Categories

  • Pain Research

Compensation

  • Provided
Sponsor(s)
Department of Defense (DOD)
Contact
Center for Pain Studies at 312-238-5654
or centerforpainstudies@ric.org
How to Participate
  • Individuals with Post-Amputation Pain or Sensation

 

Compensation Provided You will receive a total of $250