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Pain control during the intensive care phase of burn care.

Marvin JA, Heimbach DM.
PMID: 2900064
Crit Care Clin. 1985 Mar;1(1):147-57.

Pain management in burned patients is a controversial topic. Early effective pain management in these patients requires that the physician and nurse be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of various pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic measures that may be used....

Swimming injuries of the knee, foot and ankle, elbow, and back.

Fowler PJ, Regan WD.
PMID: 2868800
Clin Sports Med. 1986 Jan;5(1):139-48.

The practitioner need not be an expert in swimming but should understand the rudiments of the stroke and training techniques such patients are subjected to. This will aid in proper identification and analysis of the problem. The solution may...

Geniculate neuralgia: diagnosis and surgical management.

Pulec JL.
PMID: 933690
Laryngoscope. 1976 Jul;86(7):955-64. doi: 10.1288/00005537-197607000-00008.

Pain in the ear is a common complaint for which patients consult their otolaryngologist. A rare cause is geniculate neuralgia, which has also been called tic douloureux of the nervus intermedius. In its most typical form, it is characterized...

Assessing the intrauterine device.

Mishell DR.
PMID: 1140345
Fam Plann Perspect. 1975 May-Jun;7(3):103-11.

No abstract available.

Pain and Small-Carrion prosthesis.

Krauss DJ.
PMID: 3672694
Urology. 1987 Nov;30(5):513. doi: 10.1016/0090-4295(87)90399-2.

No abstract available.

Emergency management of acute pain. New options and strategies.

Heller MB.
PMID: 1508781
Postgrad Med. 1992 Aug 03;39-46; discussion 46-7.

Emergency physicians often encounter patients in pain and may also have to cope with other problems (eg, alcohol intoxication, a patient's stubborn will to drive after the emergency department visit, narcotic "allergy"). Novel approaches can be used to treat...

[Transcutaneous nerve stimulation for the treatment of migraine and other head pain (author's transl)].

Appenzeller O, Atkinson R.
PMID: 813129
MMW Munch Med Wochenschr. 1975 Dec 05;117(49):1953-4.

35 patients suffering from different painful conditions were treated with transcutaneous application of a slightly painful electrical stimulus. The effect was manifested in complete relief in six patients treated during an attack of migraine and in a relatively high...

Reducing children's pain-distress associated with injections using cold: a pilot study.

Gedaly-Duff V, Burns C.
PMID: 1419374
J Am Acad Nurse Pract. 1992 Jul-Sep;4(3):95-100. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-7599.1992.tb00818.x.

This study used an experimental design to test the question, "Does ice reduce the pain-distress children experience with injections?" One half of the 38 preschool children had ice applied to the preimmunization site for 30 seconds. The remaining children...

[Unexplained pain conditions of the upper extremity].

Wilhelm A.
PMID: 3327038
Orthopade. 1987 Nov;16(6):458-64.

Diagnosis can be very difficult in the case of painful conditions of the upper extremity, since this is a region where the site of the changes and pathologic conditions precipitating or causing the pain is not always identical with...

Recurrent abdominal pain.

Silverman A.
PMID: 846609
Nebr Med J. 1977 Mar;62(3):78-82.

No abstract available.

Differential diagnosis of shoulder pain.

Booth RE, Marvel JP.
PMID: 1093085
Orthop Clin North Am. 1975 Apr;6(2):353-79.

No abstract available.

Stress and "type A" behavior as precipitants of post-polio sequelae: the Felician/Columbia Survey.

Bruno RL, Frick NM.
PMID: 3620614
Birth Defects Orig Artic Ser. 1987;23(4):145-55.

No abstract available.

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