Clinical Research Training Fellowship

Dr Weisi Xia
The University of Auckland
Improving pain after haemorrhoidectomy
$210,969
24 months

Lay summary

Haemorrhoids are a common problem that has the greatest burden on the working age population. Surgery is required to treat those with advanced disease and is associated with significant pain. This PhD study will investigate how to reduce pain following haemorrhoid surgery. The project will utilise various methods including a systematic review, a retrospective cohort analysis, and a randomised controlled trial to improve understanding in this field. The health, social and financial benefits will potentially improve patient morbidity, encourage earlier return to normal activity, and reduce the burden on visits and readmissions to primary and secondary care. 

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