Most Recent Articles by Jessica Martin
Low doses of perineural dexamethasone were shown to prolong the duration of ropivacaine brachial plexus nerve block analgesia.
Electrical stimulation and a higher baseline pain score were shown to be associated with a higher chance of improved pain relief with acupuncture.
In patients with chronic pain, comorbid hypertension may be mediated by reduced heart rate variability and spontaneous baroreflex sensitivity.
Chronic pain following adjuvant chemotherapy with docetaxel or oxaliplatin may be solely account for by pure sensory neuropathy.
Optimal opioid prescription durations following surgical procedures were shown to vary from 4 to 15 days, depending on the type of surgical procedure.
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