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  • Audit of pain. Millions of people suffer from chronic or intractable pain. Persistent pain varies in etiology and presentation. In some cases, symptoms and signs may be evident within a few weeks to a few months after the occurrence of an injury or the onset of disease...

  • New pharmacological treatment of osteoarthrosis. Pain is the principle reason for which patients with osteoarthritis (OA) seek help. Current guidelines for treatment emphasise a stepwise pharmacological approach (1-4) but in practice a multi-faceted approach may be preferable...

  • Psychological assessment of the chronic pain patient : an overview. Considerable energy and effort has been devoted to developing psychological measures in pain, but the choice still requires a balance between advantages and disadvantages in terms of coverage, comprehensibility, acceptability to respondents, reliability and validity...

  • Organisation of pain treatment in Europe. Over the past years the development of anaesthesia-based services for acute and chronic pain has highlighted the involvement of anaesthesiologists beyond the operating theatres in challenging new fields...

  • Chronic low back pain. Back pain is very common. Incidence and life time prevalence are high. The suffering due to back pain varies greatly. Costs due to health care and sick leave related to back pain and disability are rising...

  • Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory analgesics guidelines for nsaid use in acute pain. What are clinical guidelines ? Clinical guidelines are systematically developed statements which assist in decision making about appropriate health care for specific clinical conditions...

  • New perspectives in pharmacological intervention of musculoskeletal disorders. Chronic musculoskeletal pain conditions represent an enormous health and social problem. This indicates the inefficacy of the current available therapies in providing resolution of pain and disability...

  • Pathophysiology of muscle pain. Microneurographic recordings in volunteers showed that the responses of human muscle nociceptors to injections of algesic substances were very similar to those of nociceptors in rat or cat...

  • Low back pain. According to Papageorgiou et al (1996), 60-80% of people have low back pain at some time in their life, 35-40% of people report low back pain lasting 24 hours or more each month and approximately...

  • Helping the helpers in pain medicine. Coping is a cognitive and behavioural mechanism or set of strategies which all of us use, consciously and unconsciously, to deal with the range of problems we encounter in everyday life...

  • Cognitive-behavioural perspectives on the development of chronic pain. In the late 20th century, several pain researchers studying the clinical differences between acute and chronic back pain, observed that pain of recent onset was associated with a pattern of physiological responses seen in anxiety attacks...

  • Molecular insights into the problem of pain. Our understanding how the brain acquires and processes visual, auditory, taste, olfactory and somatosensory information has undergone a revolution in the past two decades...

  • Fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia (FM) is a chronic pain syndrome, characterised by generalised pain, tenderness, morning stiffness, disturbed sleep and pronounced fatigue. The estimated prevalence of FM in the general population has been reported to be 2%, out of which 80-90% are women...

  • Assessement of disability. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Acute pain service. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Pain service: chronic. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Pain service: other. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Pain and depression. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Topical analgesics. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Patient Controlled Analgesia. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Opioids in Non-Cancer Pain. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Cancer Pain - Other. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Cancer Pain - Surgical/Radiological. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Cancer Pain - Palliative Care. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Cancer Pain - Opioid. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Visceral Pain. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Joint and Muscle Pain. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Pain epidemiology. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Postherpetic neuralgia. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Social and cultural variables. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Pain in Women. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Pain in Elderly. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Pain in Children. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Myofascial pain and fibromyalgia. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Low back pain. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Headache. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Arthritis. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

  • Amputation pain. Aims of investigation, methods, results and conclusion...

Related materials:

10th World Congress on Pain, San Diego, California, USA

9th World Congress on Pain, Vienna, Austria

   

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