Seyed Masoud Hashemi

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BACKGROUND Most patients undergoing outpatient surgeries have the unpleasant experience of high level pain after surgery. Compared with open surgeries, arthroscopic procedures are less painful; however, inadequate pain management could be associated with significant concerns. Opioids alone or in combination with local anesthetics are frequently used for(More)
Objectives: The aim of the present study was to assess and compare the sociodemographic characteristics and clinical features of patients referring to a university hospital's pain clinic with chronic (≥ 12 weeks) and subacute pain (< 12 weeks). Methods: In this cross-sectional study, 426 patients were included. Demographic variables including education(More)
BACKGROUND Epidural steroid injection (ESI), including transforaminal (TF) epidural injections and interlaminar (IL) epidural steroid injections are commonly performed procedures for the management of lumbosacral radicular pain. Parasagittal interlaminar (PIL) approach could enable higher ventral epidural spread, with fewer complications than TF. (More)
Celiac and splanchnic plexus blocks are considered as terminal approaches for pain control in end stage pancreatic cancer. It may be done temporarily (using local anesthetics) or as a permanent act (using alcohol and/or phenol). Like every other interventional procedure, celiac plexus block has its own potential complications and hazards among them(More)
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