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Ulrike Bingel Analgesic Benefit of the Opioid Remifentanil The Effect of Treatment Expectation on Drug Efficacy : Imaging the

@inproceedings{Bingel2011UlrikeBA,
  title={Ulrike Bingel Analgesic Benefit of the Opioid Remifentanil The Effect of Treatment Expectation on Drug Efficacy : Imaging the},
  author={Ulrike Bingel and V. Wanigasekera and K. Wiech and R. N. Mhuircheartaigh and M. C. Lee and M. Ploner and I. Tracey},
  year={2011}
}
  • Ulrike Bingel, V. Wanigasekera, +4 authors I. Tracey
  • Published 2011
  • Evidence from behavioral and self-reported data suggests that the patients' beliefs and expectations can shape both therapeutic and adverse effects of any given drug. [...] Key Method The effect of a fixed concentration of the μ-opioid agonist remifentanil on constant heat pain was assessed under three experimental conditions using a within-subject design: with no expectation of analgesia, with expectancy of a positive analgesic effect, and with negative expectancy of analgesia (that is, expectation of…Expand Abstract

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