Chronic Pain Leads to Higher Opioid Doses and Lower QoL in Sickle Cell Patients
Adult patients with sickle cell disease often experience a complex chronic pain syndrome that is frequently treated with long-term opioid regimens.
Two composite constructs of symptom patterns in Chronic Overlapping Pain Conditions were found to be associated with each other and the centralized pain phenotype.
Measures of pain sensitivity may not be associated with long-term pain and disability outcomes in patients with chronic neck pain.
A panel of experts formulated consensus guidelines for physicians who use intravenous ketamine infusions to treat chronic pain.