نتایج جستجو برای International Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain Prevention

تعداد نتایج: 7829137  
2010
Karin Pieber, Melanie Kienbauer, Roland Peceny, Martina Grim-Stieger, Tatjana Paternostro-Sluga,

The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of combinations of several physical therapies in the treatment of musculoskeletal pain syndromes by a prospective, controlled study. Forty patients (5 men and 35 women, 18-80 years) with musculoskeletal pain syndrome were included. Thirty patients were assigned to the intervention group and 10 patients to the control group. The intervention group ...

Journal: :Reumatizam 2007
Durdica Babić-Naglić,

Chronic pain is defined as persistent pain, which can be either continuous or recurrent and of suficient duration and intensity to affect patient's well-being, level of function and quality of life. The assessment should include the use of structured instruments to determine the severity, the impact of psychosocial factors and function. Sensory, affective and cognitive factors contribute to the...

2002
Karen K. Leonas, Wei Huang, D. V. Parikh, T. A. Calamari, A.P.S. Sawhney, N. D. Sachinvala, W. R. Goynes, Bhupender S. Gupta, Hyun Suk Whang, Weiqin Ye, Roy M. Broughton, Randall R. Bresee, Rob Johnson, Michael Jacobsen,

The physical characteristics and performance attributes of absorbent gauze and spunlaced nonwovens used formedical/surgical applications are reviewed. Because the manufacturing lines for spunlacing are versatile and highlyproductive, nonwoven products from this process are highly engineered and may have superior performancecharacteristics relative to gauze products. Dressings ma...

2011
Lynn M. Rusy,

B.C. McClain and S. Suresh (eds.), Handbook of Pediatric Chronic Pain: Current Science and Integrative Practice, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4419-0350-1_7, © Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2011 The child presenting to the general practitioner with complaints of musculoskeletal pain is common and pediatricians need to be more knowledgeable of these conditions. It presents a challenge to make the dia...

Journal: :Archives of disease in childhood 2004
J De Inocencio,

AIMS (1) To determine the proportion of children evaluated for musculoskeletal pain in a paediatric primary care clinic over a three year period; (2) to describe the number of office visits due to musculoskeletal pain; (3) to categorise the more common presenting complaints; and (4) to characterise the aetiology of musculoskeletal pain in a paediatric primary care clinic. METHODS Retrospectiv...

2017

Introduction Key characteristics of musculoskeletal pain are (i) diffuse aching pain, (ii) referred pain to distant somatic structures, (iii) deep-tissue hyperalgesia (general and localized), (iv) transition from acute to chronic pain, and (v) disturbed muscle function with reduced contraction force. Methods for quantitative assessment of musculoskeletal pain characteristics provide clinically ...

Journal: :Neurointervention 2016
Sun Huh,

PURPOSE The aim is to provide evidence of the internationalization of Neurointervention based on journal metrics for articles published from 2011 to 2015. MATERIALS AND METHODS The following metrics and data were collected and analyzed with descriptive statistics: number of citable and non-citable articles; number of research articles (original papers) supported by grants; editorial board mem...

2001
Mauricio R. Papini, Michael Wood, Alan M. Daniel, Jacob N. Norris,

This article reviews research that suggests parallels between the mechanisms underlying physical pain and fear, and those underlying psychological pain derived from reward loss. Reward loss is a major source of emotional arousal and conflict that can be modeled in the laboratory in a preparation known as consummatory successive negative contrast (cSNC). In cSNC, a group of rats is exposed to a ...

Journal: :Journal of agromedicine 2011
Jason Brumitt, Rebecca Reisch, Karla Krasnoselsky, Amy Welch, Richard Rutt, Leda I Garside, Carolyn McKay,

The agricultural economy in the United States is dependent on millions of Latino migratory workers. Despite the health risks associated with this line of work, many agricultural workers lack health insurance or access to health care services. The purpose of this study was to collect demographic data and investigate the musculoskeletal health of Latino migratory vineyard workers. A physical ther...

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