The primary outcome measure was pain rated in a diary completed by telephone each evening; secondary outcomes included measures of overall status, pain-related activity limitation, and sleep.
Is Pregabalin Effective for Chronic, Post-Traumatic Neuropathic Pain?
Orginally Published At: Neuropathic Pain
Cognitive biases that emphasize bodily harm, injury, and illness could play a role in the maintenance of chronic pain, by facilitating fear and avoidance. Whereas extensive research has established attention, interpretation, and memory biases in adults with chronic pain, far less is known about these same biases in children and adolescents with pain. Studying cognitive […]
Pain intensity represents the primary outcome in most clinical trials of pain disorders and is nearly universally assessed in chronic pain research.32,79 Chronic pain affects over 11% of the population of the United States,90 and there is an undisputed need for the accurate and reliable assessment of pain. Although alternatives to self-reported pain intensity (eg, […]