Emmanuelle Kuhn

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INTRODUCTION MEOPA (equimolar mixture of oxygen and nitrous oxide) is used for its analgesic and anxiolytic properties in order to obtain conscious sedation of the patient when performing painful care. It is subject to an enhanced pharmacovigilance and addictovigilance monitoring. In this context, it is important to dispose of hospital utilization data.(More)
Introduction: Spinal cord stimulation is now a treatment of pain in refractory failed back surgery syndrome. The effect on radiculalgias is quite good but often unsatisfying to treat completely low back pain. Subcutaneous peripheral nerve stimulation is now one of the possibility to rescue chronic low back pain. The aim of this prospective study conducted(More)
Neurostimulation of neuropathic pain is based on surgical implantation of devices for several types of neuromodulatory treatment (stimulation of the spinal cord, cortex, deep brain or thalamus, or occiput). Spinal cord stimulation is a recognized treatment, with a high level of proof. It is effective in 70 or 80% of appropriately selected cases. Cortical(More)
Occipital nerve stimulation (ONS) is a surgical approach to treat patients with medically intractable chronic headache disorders. However, no preoperative test has been yet validated to allow candidates to be selected for implantation. In this study, the analgesic efficacy of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) was tested for 1 to 3 months in(More)
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