(427) Could depression be a causative factor in the development of CRPS types I?
CRPS (Complex regional pain syndrome) is a debilitating pain disorder characterized by allodynia, hyperalgesia and trophic changes. It has been sub classified into CRPS type I and type II. While CRPS type II is considered to be caused by a prior nerve injury, CRPS type I, also known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy is a poorly understood medical condition with no definitive identifiable etiology. Studies have shown that patients with depression have an increased rate of having chronic pain, including CRPS.
RESUMO Objetivo: Avaliar as respostas fisiol ógicas e do sistema nervoso autônomo de recém-nascidos prematuros ao posicionamento do corpo e ruídos ambientais na unidade de terapia intensiva neonatal. Métodos: Este foi um estudo quasi-experimental. O sistema nervoso autônomo de recém-nascidos foi avaliado com base na variabilidade da fr equência cardíaca quando os recém-nascidos foram expostos ao ruído ambiental e colocados em diferentes posições: supina sem suporte, supina com restrição manual e prona. Resultados: Cinquent...
Conclusion: The instrument proposed in the study exhibited content validity for most of its items and emerges as a practical strategy for the management of the daily interruption of sedation of critical patients.
Suicide is one of the major causes of death in young people, in whom suicide can occur in clusters. In this Review, we have investigated definitions and epidemiology of such clusters, the factors associated with them, mechanisms by which they occur, and me...
Leading suicide theories and research in adults suggest that pain can exacerbate the suicidal risk of an individual. Although pain and suicidality (including suicidal ideation, behaviour, and death by suicide) both increase in prevalence during adolescence...
80 something yr old lady with left V1 phn. she failed all neuropathic agents you can think of. also failed capsaicin. i recently did supratrochlear and supraorbital block and got 100% relief for few days and still doing better but obviously block not lasting long. what do u guys do next? RF? pulsed RF? peripheral stim? any thoughts/experience appreciated
This video demonstrates a laparoscopic assisted transverse abdominis plane (TAP) block as an alternative to the traditional anesthesiology-driven ultrasound-guided TAP block to reduce postoperative pain.
To investigate the safety and feasibility of robotic single-site for surgical resection of stage I to IV endometriosis in chronic pelvic pain patients.
To assess impact of abdominal ice packs on opioid use and pain control following laparoscopic hysterectomy.
To compare chronic pelvic pain and quality-of-life outcomes in women undergoing conservative or definitive surgery for pelvic pain.
To assess associations between perioperative non-opioid pain control adjuncts and postoperative opioid use.