Paediatric migraine: evidence-based management and future directions

@article{Orr2018PaediatricME,
  title={Paediatric migraine: evidence-based management and future directions},
  author={Serena L Orr and Marielle A. Kabbouche and Hope L. O'Brien and Joanne Kacperski and Scott W. Powers and Andrew D Hershey},
  journal={Nature Reviews Neurology},
  year={2018},
  volume={14},
  pages={515-527}
}
Migraine is prevalent in children and adolescents and constitutes an important cause of disability in this population. Early, effective treatment of paediatric migraine is likely to result in improved outcomes. Findings from the past few years suggest that a biopsychosocial approach that uses interdisciplinary multimodal care is most effective for treatment of migraine in the paediatric population. Key elements of this management include effective and timely acute pharmacological interventions… CONTINUE READING
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