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Influence of psychological factors on postoperative pain, mood and analgesic requirements

Pain

Mar 1, 1986

P TaenzerM E Jeans

PMID: 3960574

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Previous research has indicated that postoperative pain, mood and analgesic requirements are influenced by diverse demographic and psychological variables. The data, however, are inconsistent and the extent of these influences has not been explored using multivariate statistical methods...read more

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Nervousness
Pain, Postoperative
Psychosexual Disorders
Analgesics
Gallbladder (Mmhcc)
Attitude to Health
Cholecystectomy Procedure
Analgesic brand of acetaminophen-phenyltoloxamine
Chronic Pain Syndrome
Chronic Pain
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Influence of psychological factors on postoperative pain, mood and analgesic requirements

Pain

Mar 1, 1986

P TaenzerM E Jeans

PMID: 3960574

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Abstract

Previous research has indicated that postoperative pain, mood and analgesic requirements are influenced by diverse demographic and psychological variables. The data, however, are inconsistent and the extent of these influences has not been explored using multivariate statistical methods...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Nervousness
Pain, Postoperative
Psychosexual Disorders
Analgesics
Gallbladder (Mmhcc)
Attitude to Health
Cholecystectomy Procedure
Analgesic brand of acetaminophen-phenyltoloxamine
Chronic Pain Syndrome
Chronic Pain

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Chronic pain and addictive disorders present significant medical and public health problems; both are underdiagnosed and inadequately treated. The cooccurrence of pain and addiction adds complexity to the assessment and treatment of both disorders. Discover the latest reserch on pain and addiction here.

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Paper Details
References
  • References30
  • Citations139
123
  • References30
  • Citations139
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