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The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF) is backing a leading medical trial program based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) to continue important research into anaesthesia and pain management after surgery.
THRF has provided a $100,000 funding injection to the ‘perioperative and pain medicine’ trial program, run by the RAH’s Dr Thomas Painter and colleagues in both the Department of Anaesthesia and PARC Clinical Research, to ensure it could continue its world-class trials and recruit patients.
Three trials are currently underway in the hospital and looking for patients to participate – one being the largest ever trial globally to address chronic post-surgical pain.
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THRF injects $100,000 into anaesthesia and pain trials at Royal Adelaide Hospital