Research can be used broadly, but when conducting the research it has to be specific. The reason why the research has to be specific is in order to know the answers that one is researching for is not confounded with different issues. This came to my attention while doing the Lidocaine patch study because there would be numerous back pain patients, but not everyone fit under the criteria. After asking Dr. Chhabra, he explained to me the more specific the research others won’t question whether the pain or other variables could alter the data. If the pain is centralized in one location, it is easier to explain and develop data for it.