Fibromyalgia: Moderate and substantial pain intensity reduction predicts improvement in other outcomes and substantial quality of life gain.

@article{Moore2010FibromyalgiaMA,
  title={Fibromyalgia: Moderate and substantial pain intensity reduction predicts improvement in other outcomes and substantial quality of life gain.},
  author={R Andrew Moore and Sebastian Straube and Jocelyn Paine and Ceri J. Phillips and Sheena Derry and H. J. McQuay},
  journal={Pain},
  year={2010},
  volume={149 2},
  pages={360-4}
}
Chronic pain is associated with a range of other problems, including disturbed sleep, depression, anxiety, fatigue, reduced quality of life, and an inability to work or socialise. We investigated whether good symptom control of pain (using definitions of moderate and substantial benefit) is associated with improvement in other symptoms. Individual patient… CONTINUE READING