September 2017 - Volume 92 - Issue 9

  • David P. Sklar, MD
    University of New Mexico
    School of Medicine
  • 1040-2446
  • 1938-808X
  • 12 issues per year
  • 1/41 in Education, Scientific Disciplines; 3/90 in Health Care Sciences & Services
  • 5.255
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Co-occurrence of posttraumatic stress symptoms, pain, and disability 12 months after traumatic injury.

09/14/2017 by Giummarra, Melita J.; Casey, Sara L.; Devlin, Anna; Ioannou, Liane J.; Gibson, Stephen J.; Georgiou-Karistianis, Nellie; Jennings, Paul A.; Cameron, Peter A.; Ponsford, Jennie

Introduction: Chronic pain is common after traumatic injury and frequently co-occurs with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and PTSD symptoms (PTSS). Object...

Checklist for the preparation and review of pain clinical trial publications: a pain-specific supplement to CONSORT.

09/14/2017 by Gewandter, Jennifer S.; Eisenach, James C.; Gross, Robert A.; Jensen, Mark P.; Keefe, Francis J.; Lee, David A.; Turk, Dennis C.

Introduction: Randomized clinical trials (RCTs) are considered the gold standard when assessing the efficacy of interventions because randomization of treatment...

Effect of bupivacaine lozenges on oral mucositis pain: a randomized controlled multicenter phase II study.

09/14/2017 by Mogensen, Stine; Treldal, Charlotte; Kristensen, Claus A.; Bentzen, Jens; Lawson-Smith, Louise; Petersen, Janne; Andersen, Ove

Introduction: A nonblinded parallel-group randomized controlled study investigated the efficacy and tolerability of repeated administration of a bupivacaine loz...

Regular physical activity prevents development of chronic muscle pain through modulation of supraspinal opioid and serotonergic mechanisms.

09/14/2017 by Brito, Renan G.; Rasmussen, Lynn A.; Sluka, Kathleen A.

Introduction: It is generally believed that exercise produces its effects by activating central opioid receptors; there are little data that support this claim....

Pediatric chronic pain programs: current and ideal practice.

09/14/2017 by Miró, Jordi; McGrath, Patrick J.; Finley, G. Allen; Walco, Gary A.

Introduction: The treatment of youth with chronic pain has improved in recent years. However, because pediatric chronic pain programs are not governed by intern...

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