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Chronic pain in Australia: a prevalence study
A longitudinal study of the prevalence and characteristics of pain in the first 5 years following spinal cord injury
Pain Management: A Fundamental Human Right
It is concluded that pain management is at an “inflection point” in which unreasonable failure to treat pain is viewed worldwide as poor medicine, unethical practice, and an abrogation of a fundamental human right.
Neural Blockade in Clinical Anesthesia and Management of Pain
(Section Titles) Introduction Pharmacology and Physiology of Neural Blockade Techniques of Neural Blockade Neural Blockade in the Management of Pai
Intrathecal and epidural administration of opioids.
International association for the study of pain
- M. Cousins
- 1 November 1989
Pain report and the relationship of pain to physical factors in the first 6 months following spinal cord injury
Persistent Pain as a Disease Entity: Implications for Clinical Management
Optimal outcomes in the management of persistentPain may be achieved not simply by attempting to remove the cause of the pain, but by addressing both the consequences and contributors that together comprise the disease of persistent pain.
Classification of pain following spinal cord injury
This work has reviewed the literature on the classification of pain following spinal cord injury and developed a classification system which adopts the strengths of previous systems and attempts to avoid the weaknesses inherent in others, and hopes it will contribute to the eventual development of a universal system.
Ketamine in Chronic Pain Management: An Evidence-Based Review
The evidence for efficacy of ketamine for treatment of chronic pain is moderate to weak, however, in situations where standard analgesic options have failed ketamine is a reasonable “third line” option.