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Relation of heart rate control to heartbeat perception
The relation of heartbeat perception to voluntary control of heart rate (HR) and to learning of enhanced HR control during feedback was studied and Autonomic Perception Questionnaire scores were not predictive of voluntary HR control or learning.
Chronic pain management.
Using the literature on chronic pain, the authors discuss the evolution of the chronic pain concept into the multidisciplinary multimodal approach used by pain clinics today, and the factors identified in the literature that influence a patient's perception of pain.
Drug therapy: patient compliance.
  • B. Blackwell
  • Medicine
    The New England journal of medicine
  • 2 August 1973
Hypertensive Interactions Between Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors and Foodstuffs
Hypertensive attacks during treatment with amine oxidase inhibitors were first described in tuberculous patients, and were “rediscovered'’ when these drugs were introduced into psychiatry. In an
Psychotropic drugs in use today. The role of diazepam in medical practice.
Since these drugs became available, there have been many studies of which drugs should be used in particular conditions, and new or older drugs now are claimed to have dual actions in treating both anxiety and depression.
The drug defaulter
  • B. Blackwell
  • Medicine, Psychology
    Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
  • 1 September 1972
There have been over 50 studies on patients who fail to take their medications “as directed,” usually required chronic maintenance therapy for conditions including tuberculosis, schizophrenia, anemia, rheumatoid arthritis, and other diseases seen in general practice.