• Medicine
  • Published 2004

NEUROPATHIC PAIN: INCORPORATING NEW CONSENSUS GUIDELINES INTO THE REALITY OF CLINICAL PRACTICE *

@inproceedings{Staats2004NEUROPATHICPI,
  title={NEUROPATHIC PAIN: INCORPORATING NEW CONSENSUS GUIDELINES INTO THE REALITY OF CLINICAL PRACTICE *},
  author={Peter S. Staats and Charles E. Argoff and Randall P. Brewer and Rollin M. Gallagher and William McCarberg and Lori Reisner},
  year={2004}
}
The recently developed consensus guidelines on the treatment of neuropathic pain reflects our ability to use evidence-based medicine for rational pharmacotherapy in a group of disorders that is often difficult to treat. Neuropathic pain arises from abnormalities in various points in the nervous system and impacts the emotional and psychological status of the affected individual. Because no 2 persons have identical nervous systems, neuropathic pain is a unique disease state for each individual… CONTINUE READING

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