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Effects of Intramuscular Oxytocin on Sensory Function

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Effects of Intramuscular Oxytocin on Sensory Function in Healthy Volunteers With Ultraviolet Burn Injury to the Skin

This study proposes to evaluate the effects that a dose of oxytocin given by intramuscular (IM) injection (into the muscle) will have on an area of skin that has been exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light. The area of skin exposed to UV light will have a mild sun burn feeling. Sensory testing will be performed on the area of UV burn. The area will be evaluated for sensitivity in 3 methods: touch, vibratory

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Drug - Oxytocin

oxytocin (Pitocin®), 10 IU

Placebo

Placebo (saline)

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Effects of Intramuscular Oxytocin on Sensory Function in Healthy Volunteers With Ultraviolet Burn Injury to the Skin

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NCT03935399

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