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May-August 2016 | Vol 30 | Issue 2

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Ultrasonography versus fluoroscopy in modern pain management
Introduction Pain management as a science is progressing rapidly. The technology has advanced and newer technologies are making inroads with a rapid pace. Modern pain management interv...
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Pain education in India
A central character in Candide, ou l'Optimisme, a French satire by Voltaire, was Dr. Pangloss - professor of "métaphysico-théologo-cosmolonigologie." Optimistic regardless of the circumstanc...
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Review Article
Recognition of pain as a specialty in India
Chronic pain problem is one of the most common symptoms for which a patient visits a primary health-care practitioner in India. Pain management is a rapidly growing specialty of medicine concerned wit...
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Review Article
Acute pain services in India: A long and challenging journey ahead
Acute post-operative pain and other forms of pain are widely undertreated globally including the Indian hospitals. As a result a large proportion of patients suffer from moderate to severe forms of pa...
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Original Article
Intrathecal nalbuphine versus intrathecal fentanyl as adjuvant to 0.5% hyperbaric bupivacaine for orthopedic surgery of lower limbs under subarachnoid block: A comparative evaluation
Background: Subarachnoid block (SAB) possesses many benefits with a drawback of short duration of anesthetic action. Intrathecal opioids have been used to enhance the clinical efficiency and du...
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Indian Journal of Pain, a publication of Indian Society for Study of Pain, is a peer-reviewed online journal with 3 Issues print on demand compilation of issues published.

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