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Not just sensitization: sympathetic mechanisms contribute to expand experimental referred pain

Doménech-García V, Peirotén AR, Imaz ML, Palsson TS, Herrero P, Bellosta-López P

Background: Widespread pain partially depends upon sensitization of central pain mechanisms. However, mechanisms controlling pain distribution are not completely known. The present study sought to assess skin temperature variations in...
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Antinociceptive, anti-inflammatory, and cytotoxic properties of Origanum vulgare essential oil, rich with β-caryophyllene and β-caryophyllene oxide

Moghrovyan A, Parseghyan L, Sevoyan G, Darbinyan A, Sahakyan N, Gaboyan M, Karabekian Z, Voskanyan A

Background: Essential oils are of great interest for their analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. We aimed to study the content of the essential oil of the Origanum vulgare of the Armenian...
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Clinical Outcomes after Spinal Cord Stimulation According to Pain Characteristics

Ha JH, Huh R, Kim SG, Im SB, Jeong JH, Hwang SC, Shin DS, Kim BT, Chung M

Objective : Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is an effective treatment for chronic neuropathic pain. However, its clinical efficacy in regard to specific types of pain has not been well studied....
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Comparison of treatment outcomes in chronic coccygodynia patients treated with ganglion impar blockade versus caudal epidural steroid injection: a prospective randomized comparison study

Sencan S, Yolcu G, Bilim S, Kenis-Coskun O, Gunduz OH

Background: Coccygodynia is one of the chronic, refractory painful musculoskeletal disorders. Interventional procedures are applied to patients unresponsive to initial treatment in coccygodynia. This study aims to compare the treatment...
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Anti-nociceptive and anti-inflammatory activities of the essential oil isolated from Cupressus arizonica Greene fruits

Fakhri S, Jafarian S, Majnooni MB, Farzaei MH, Mohammadi-Noori E, Khan H

Background: Cupressus arizonica Greene is a coniferous tree with great importance in fragrance and pharmaceutical industries. Essential oils from C. arizonica (EC) have shown potential antioxidant, and anti-microbial activities. This...
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Pain Assessment of Lung Cancer Patients in the Emergency Department: A Case Report

Youn N

This case report aims to emphasize the importance of a differential diagnosis when patients complain about pain. Although pain is one of cancer patients’ most common physical symptoms, not all...
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Ocular Pain According to Needle Diameter during Intravitreal Injection

Lee SK, Kim WH, Kim SJ, Park JS

Purpose: To compare the ocular pain scores and injection times of patients during 30 and 40-gauge intravitreal injection procedures. Methods: This study was performed prospectively in patients who had not previously...
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The Relationship Between Preoperative PROMIS Scores With Postoperative Improvements in Physical Function After Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion

Parrish JM, Jenkins NW, Hrynewycz NM, Brundage TS, Singh K

Objective: Assess preoperative Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) physical function (PF) scores and differences between preoperative and postoperative PROMIS-PF scores for patients undergoing anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF). Methods:...
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The effect of atropine in preventing catheter-related pain and discomfort in patients undergoing transurethral resection due to bladder tumor; prospective randomized, controlled study

Şahiner Y, Yağan , Ekici AA, Ekici M, Demir E

Background: Catheter-related bladder discomfort (CRBD) has been observed in many patients undergoing a urethral catheterization. CRBD may be so severe that the patients require additional analgesics. Muscarinic receptors are involved...
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A Systematic Review on Pain Assessment Tools for Intensive Care Unit Patients

Kim EJ, Hong J, Kang J, Kim Ng, Kim N, Maeng SY, Park HR, Ban MK, Yang GY, Lee KS, Jang EH

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The phenomenology of pain in Parkinson’s disease

Camacho-Conde JA, Campos-Arillo VM

Background: Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder that is the second most common disorder after Alzheimer’s disease. PD includes both “motor” and “non-motor” symptoms, one of which is pain....
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Nociception monitoring tools using autonomic tone changes for intraoperative analgesic guidance in pediatric patients

Lim BG

Nociception monitoring devices using changes in autonomic nervous system activity have been developed in numerous ways. Although there have been few studies conducted on children, compared to the relatively higher...
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Antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory effects of N-acetylcysteine and verapamil in Wistar rats

Elberry AA, Sharkawi S, Wahba MR

BACKGROUND: Antinociceptive anti-inflammatory drugs have many adverse effects. The goal of this investigation is to study the probable anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of verapamil and N-acetylcysteine (NAC) in experimental rats. METHODS:...
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Identification of Knowledge Structure of Pain Management Nursing Research Applying Text Network Analysis

Park CS, Park EJ

PURPOSE: This study aimed to explore and compare the knowledge structure of pain management nursing research, between Korea and other countries, applying a text network analysis. METHODS: 321 Korean and 6,685...
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Initial Assessment and Care Planning in Palliative Hospice Care: Focus on Assessment Tools

Park EJ, Koh SJ, Cheon JK

For hospice palliative care that provides comprehensive and general care, it is necessary to use assessment tools to objectively list issues and detail care plans. The initial assessment is a...
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Comparison of postoperative pain according to the harvesting method used in hair restorative surgery

Kim YS, Na YC, Park JH

BACKGROUND: Postoperative pain is one of the most common concerns of patients undergoing hair transplantation surgery. Because most patients are satisfied with the cosmetic improvement after transplantation, amelioration of postoperative...
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Efficacy of rhomboid intercostal block for analgesia after thoracotomy

Okmen K

Regional anesthesia, including central and plane blocks (serratus anterior plane block and erector spinae block), are used for post-thoracotomy pain. The rhomboid intercostal block (RIB) is mainly performed by injection...
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Efficacy of transforaminal laser annuloplasty versus intradiscal radiofrequency annuloplasty for discogenic low back pain

Park CH, Lee KK, Lee SH

BACKGROUND: Discogenic pain is a common cause of disability and is assumed to be a major cause of non-specific low back pain. Various treatment methods have been used for the...
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Small dose of naloxone as an adjuvant to bupivacaine in intrapleural infiltration after thoracotomy surgery: a prospective, controlled study

Amer AF, Omara AF

BACKGROUND: Severe pain always develops after thoracotomy; intrapleural regional analgesia is used as a simple, safe technique to control it. This study was performed to evaluate whether a small dose...
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Million Visual Analogue Scale Questionnaire: Validation of the Persian Version

Akbari H, Ghasemi M, Yegani T, Fesharaki , Saraei M, Barsam Y, Akbari H

STUDY DESIGN: Descriptive cross-sectional study. PURPOSE: To validate the Persian version of the Million Visual Analogue Scale Questionnaire (MVAS), a self-administered low back pain (LBP) questionnaire. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: The majority of...
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