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Pain Management in Outpatient Urologic Procedures

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Pain Management in Outpatient Urologic Procedures

Goal of this study is to evaluate how pain is controlled after outpatient urologic surgeries. Patients will receive either opioid pain medication or non-opioid medication for pain control. A survey will be conducted at the post-operative appointment to evaluate for pain control.

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Drug - Oxycodone

Patients receive oxycodone for pain control after outpatient urologic surgery.

Drug - Ketorolac

Patients receive ketorolac for pain control after outpatient urologic surgery

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Pain Management in Outpatient Urologic Procedures

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NCT03393364

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