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Concept Pain Measurement
Academic Article Pain management issues for cancer survivors.
Academic Article When the world health organization analgesic therapies ladder fails: the role of invasive analgesic therapies.
Academic Article Cognitive-behavioral therapy: tailored to the individual.
Academic Article A high-volume specialist palliative care unit and team may reduce in-hospital end-of-life care costs.
Academic Article Pain management, including intrathecal pumps.
Academic Article Teaching symptom management in end-of-life care: the didactic content and teaching strategies based on the end-of-life nursing education curriculum.
Academic Article Effectively starting and titrating intrathecal analgesic therapy in patients with refractory cancer pain.
Academic Article Difficult cases in pain management: use of methadone in a multifactorial approach.
Academic Article Pain assessment in the nonverbal patient: position statement with clinical practice recommendations.
Academic Article Palliative care benchmarks from academic medical centers.
Academic Article Epidural screening before intrathecal analgesia.
Academic Article Pilot trial of a patient-specific cutaneous electrostimulation device (MC5-A Calmare?) for chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.
Academic Article Safe use of opioids to manage pain in patients with cirrhosis.
Academic Article When cancer pain breaks through, what can you do?
Academic Article Pain assessment in the patient unable to self-report: position statement with clinical practice recommendations.
Academic Article A trial of Scrambler therapy in the treatment of cancer pain syndromes and chronic chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.
Academic Article Decreased low back pain intensity and differential gene expression following Calmare?: results from a double-blinded randomized sham-controlled study.
Academic Article ASPMN 2019 Position Statement: Pain Assessment in the Patient Unable to Self-Report.
Academic Article Pain Assessment in the Patient Unable to Self-Report: Clinical Practice Recommendations in Support of the ASPMN 2019 Position Statement.
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