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OMICS Group - Open Access Journals, Scientific Conferences & Events Organizer

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OMICS PRESS MEET part3

Interview with Dr. Srinubabu Gedela ( Managing Director ) OMICS Publishing Group

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Journal of Pain & Relief

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Journal of Pain & Relief- Open Access deals with the research study of physiological and pathological pain.

 

Journal of Pain & Relief using online manuscript submission, review and tracking systems of OMICS Group for quality and quick review processing. Review processing is performed by the editorial board members of Journal of Pain & Relief or scientific experts from outside.

 

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Submit Manuscripts as e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at editor.jpar@omicsonline.org or editor.jpar@omicsgroup.biz

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Clinical and Histological Comparison of Pulp Anaesthesia and Local Diffusion after Periodontal Ligament Injection and Intrapapillary Infiltration Anaesthesia

Clinical and Histological Comparison of Pulp Anaesthesia and Local Diffusion after Periodontal Ligament Injection and Intrapapillary Infiltration Anaesthesia | Journal of Pain & Relief | Scoop.it

Periodontal ligament injection (PDL) is used to achieve single tooth pulp anaesthesia; infiltrative, non-osseous intrapapillary anaesthesia (IPA) may be an alternative with a minor complication rate. Therefore, the aim of the study was an evaluation and comparison of PDL and IPA techniques via clinical human and animal histological methods.

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Effect of Doula Support on Labour Pain and Outcomes in Primiparous Women in Zahedan, Southeastern Iran: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Effect of Doula Support on Labour Pain and Outcomes in Primiparous Women in Zahedan, Southeastern Iran: A Randomized Controlled Trial | Journal of Pain & Relief | Scoop.it

Labour is a natural process which is extremely painful. This study was conducted to determine the effect of doula support on labour pain and outcomes. Our study results suggest that a doula can act as an emotional support during delivery to decrease labour pain, fear and anxiety associated with normal vaginal deliveries in young mothers and possibly the number of caesarean sections.

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Low Vitamin B12 Syndrome in Trigeminal Neuralgia

Low Vitamin B12 Syndrome in Trigeminal Neuralgia | Journal of Pain & Relief | Scoop.it

The cause for trigeminal neuralgia is not clearly understood. Multiple theories have been proposed, and some implicate a low vitamin status with trigeminal neuralgia pain however to date there is no conclusive evidence. The treatment of trigeminal neuralgia can be challenging and B vitamins have been found to be a clinically useful for patients with neuropathic pain. The aim of this study was to investigate whether patients with trigeminal neuralgia had lower levels of vitamin B12 compared to patients with other facial pain syndromes and whether increasing the level of vitamin B12 improve pain levels.

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rattebery's curator insight, March 12, 2013 4:51 PM

Celated Vitamin B12 is best to avoid stomach issues.

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Rare and Serious Side Effects in Chronic Pain after Opioids

Rare and Serious Side Effects in Chronic Pain after Opioids | Journal of Pain & Relief | Scoop.it

Opioids have been used since centuries for relief of both acute and chronic pain.he known and established side effects associated with usage of opioids such as nausea, vomiting, pruritis, respiratory depression, constipation, urinary retention, sedation and addiction constitute the main limitation while titration of the doses.

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Deadly Snake Venom: Future Safer Pain Killer

Deadly Snake Venom: Future Safer Pain Killer | Journal of Pain & Relief | Scoop.it

Researchers identified new natural peptides known as mambalgins, from the Black mamba’s venom that results in reducing the pain without toxic effect & which contains very less venome protein content, in the mice. Mambalgins isolated from Black mamba venom can act as a safer pain killer than morphine.

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Can We Predict Postoperative Pain Prior to Patients’ Undergoing Surgery?

Can We Predict Postoperative Pain Prior to Patients’ Undergoing Surgery? | Journal of Pain & Relief | Scoop.it

Predicting individual’s postoperative pain experience prior to surgery will facilitate the creation of individualized pain treatment protocols that may significantly improve postoperative pain management for all patients undergoing surgery in the future.

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Pain & Relief Journals - OMICS Group

Journal of Pain & Relief deals with the research study of physiological and pathological pain integrated with molecular biology, genomics, proteomics, modern electrophysiology and neurobiology.

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Is there a Role for IV Dexamethasone in Perioperative Pain Management?

Is there a Role for IV Dexamethasone in Perioperative Pain Management? | Journal of Pain & Relief | Scoop.it

In spite of numerous publications “demonizing” the adverse effects of opioids, opioids deservedly remain the major pain treatment modality in our daily anesthesia practice. A multimodal approach to the treatment of pain is the current and preferred concept of acute and chronic pain management. By combining opioids with other nonopioid adjuncts, such as gabapentin, pregabalin, ketamine, clonidine, etc., providers seek to reduce the opioid dose by utilizing the additive or synergistic effect of non-opioid substances.

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rattebery's curator insight, January 5, 2014 1:32 PM

While it is true that a multimodal approach to the treatment of pain is a good idea, how you go about it is crucial to make sure you are not just robbing from peter to pay paul.

 

The use of Opioids can be dangerous as can be the nonopioid adjuncts as suggested in this article.

 

Non-narcotic solutions and products exist that can provide just as effective solutions as the adjuncts addressed in this article. If you take the time to investigate the suggested adjuncts you will find that dependency risk from several of these exists as is with opioids.

 

The Centre for Pain Relief, www.centreforpainrelief.com has non-narcotic, non-addictive solutions for the treatment of a myriad of painful conditions. Tramaden for instance effectively replaces the narcotic treatment agents, Vioxx and Betra, in addition to a long list of other addictive pain relief solutions. Tramaden is a non-opioid, oral application consisting of a combination of natural, organic ingredients that in combination effectively replace narcotic modalities.

 

When you are in pain, the source of and extent to which you feel it is unique to you. All pain is agitated nerve related, ALL PAIN. The solution to relieving pain is to reduce or eliminate the inflammation associated with it. Non-narcotic topical and oral solutions exist to effectively reach the source of pain, reduce the inflammation to allow blood and oxygen to freely flow once again, and reduce your level of pain to a manageble level. You owe it to yourself to find these solutions and products, and the Centre for Pain Relief can help.

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Pain Intensity and Perceived Social Support among Patients with Pancreatic Tumors

Pain Intensity and Perceived Social Support among Patients with Pancreatic Tumors | Journal of Pain & Relief | Scoop.it

Patients with pancreatic malignancy suffer from intractable and persistent pain that can only be effectively treated by the use of opioids. Such pain significantly impacts quality of life and becomes the stigma of the disease and dying. The aim of the study was to evaluate the psychosocial correlates of pain among the pancreatic cancer patients, with a special emphasis on social support.

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Using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Describe Pain Pathways in the ‘Oldest Old’: A Case Study of a Healthy 97-year-old FemalePre-Term Exposure Pattern...

Using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging to Describe Pain Pathways in the ‘Oldest Old’: A Case Study of a Healthy 97-year-old FemalePre-Term Exposure Pattern... | Journal of Pain & Relief | Scoop.it

The prevalence of painful medical conditions increases with age. Pain differences in older adulthood are of special concern because we do not know how brain changes in healthy aging may alter the sensory and affective response to pain. Over the last two decades, neuroimaging studies have described interconnected brain regions that mediate pain processing. In particular, imaging techniques have been used to describe brain activation in networks of structures comprising the lateral and medial pain systems.

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Challenges and Approaches of Pain Management with Cognitive Impairment

Challenges and Approaches of Pain Management with Cognitive Impairment | Journal of Pain & Relief | Scoop.it

Persons with memory, language, and speech deficits and consciousness alterations are often unable to communicate clearly about their pain and discomfort.The majority of patients suffer from emotional distress & anxiety which affect cognitive functioningdirectly or indirectly, via apathy, medication effects and disordered sleep.

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Lipid Emulsion as First Line Treatment in Ropivacain Induced Neurologic Toxicity

Lipid Emulsion as First Line Treatment in Ropivacain Induced Neurologic Toxicity | Journal of Pain & Relief | Scoop.it
A 67 year old female patient presented with new neurological deficits (clonic movements, progressive confusion,dysarthria) and hemodynamic instability (hypotension, sinus tachycardia) immediately after uneventful performance of a sciatic block.
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Perioperative Analgesia for Patients Undergoing Open Liver Resection:Epidural or Paravertebral?

Perioperative Analgesia for Patients Undergoing Open Liver Resection:Epidural or Paravertebral? | Journal of Pain & Relief | Scoop.it

Open liver resection is a painful surgery, and patients clearly benefit from regional anesthesia for pain management in the perioperative period.Patients undergoing open liver resection deserve the benefit of regional anesthesia, which clearly provides analgesia superior to IV opioids alone.

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Coffee: Boon or Curse

Coffee: Boon or Curse | Journal of Pain & Relief | Scoop.it

It has been found out that the patient suffering from mild cognitive impairment (MCI) who drink up to three cups of coffee a day may help ward off progression to Alzheimer’s disease by up to two to four years compared to those who consume less caffeine. Low coffee consumption may decrease the risk of various disorders including Parkinson’s disease, Cardiovascular disease, various kind of Cancer, Diabetes type 2 and Gout.

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