Abstracts

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Chronic pain is the most prevalent cause of functional disability, and has a negative impact on work-related outcomes. One approach that can counter severe chronic pain and help to rehab of subjects on their work is Spinal Cord Stimulation. The following study results affirms that Spinal Cord Stimulation is an effective approach which can make patients with specific chronic pain syndromes to improve work-related outcomes.

Introduction

Chronic pain negatively impacts work-related outcomes, which means that to overcome this burden treatment approaches should be assessed. Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) provides significant relief from pain in specific chronic pain syndromes. This review aimed to recognize and compile evidence on returning to work among patients with chronic pain managed with SCS.

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Previous studies indicate that patients with ankle sprains can develop osteoarthritis in the future. This study focused on determining the correlation between patient history, physical examination and early osteoarthritis (OA) and estimated that there exists an association between patients physical examination characteristics like pain at the end of plantar flexion, reduced range of motion (ROM) in talocrural joint (TCJ) and talonavicular joint (TNJ), swelling and osteoarthritis.

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After an ankle sprain, the structural abnormalities are frequent on MRI. This study determined the association of patient history, physical examination with early osteoarthritis (OA) in patients after an ankle sprain.

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Median Nerve Neural Mobilization (MNNM) refers to non-invasive physical therapy technique in which pain relief is achieved by mechanical stimulation of the Median Nerve and the brachial plexus. This study relies on approximating effects of MNNM on cervicobrachial pain (CP) as there exists limited data in this context. It was estimated that MNNM technique exhibits superiority over other treatment methods in improving CP.

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There is a lack of adequately high-quality randomized controlled clinical studies that estimate the efficacy of neural tissue mobilization approaches such as median nerve neural mobilization (MNNM) and their particular impacts on cervicobrachial pain (CP). This study evaluates the efficacy of MNNM among individuals with CP as compared to the waiting list control group (WLCG).

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The administration of pre or postoperative medication during dental practices has a great significance to obliterate dental pain. Diclofenac is widely used analgesic, and the study interprets that trans-dermal route of Diclofenac delivery was found to be the safer approach with similar efficacy to that of oral diclofenac in postoperative dental pain.

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Examining the safety and effectiveness of oral and transdermal and routes of Diclofenac to manage postoperative pain among individuals going through dental implant placement.

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People who suffered from the most disabling and widespread form of depression, second-generation antidepressants are the frequently prescribed medications. The following study highlights the association of second-generation antidepressants; class, dosage, and pharmacodynamics with the headache. The results reveal that these headaches are more of coincidental form than as the treatment-related side effect of these medications.

Introduction

The study aimed to determine the risk of headache linked to the antidepressant medications their class, dosage and pharmacodynamics.

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