This article details a study exploring the attitudes toward analgesic therapy among persistent pain patients and health workers in palliative care in India.
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Recent research supports the notion that pain interference is critical for daily functioning and future health, this article explores the role and function of acceptance and commitment therapy in pain management.
This article discusses the hypothesis that multimodal analgesia might have a significant impact on cancer-related outcomes in the context of oncological orthopedic surgery.
The expectation to treat patient’s pain in emergency departments despite often poor knowledge of histories often creates an ethical challenge. This paper looks to provide a framework for use by emergency departments to address these potential challenges of pain management.
This article explores the relationship between chronic pain and obesity and the opportunities for management of the conditions simultaneously.
We will describe the pharmacokinetic profile, clinical efficacy and safety data of the sumatriptan iontophoretic transdermal system (Zecuity®, NuPathe Inc.,…
This editorial discusses the use of botulinum neurotoxin A in preventing headaches in adult patients with chronic migraine.
The use of opioids for both benign and cancer-related chronic pain has increased exponentially over the last few years. For…