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January-April 2019 | Vol 33 | Issue 1

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Pain management in the eyes of a surgeon: A reality check in combating the epidemic of persistent post operative pain
[INLINE:1] Less than a decade ago, the well-accepted attitude of a surgeon toward acute postoperative pain was that it is an evitable part of any surgical procedure, and hence their indifference towa...
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Review Article
Consensus on evidence and experience: Future road map for framing guidelines
The approach to management of any patient is justified when based on evidence rather than experiences. However, there may be a class of patients for whom experience-based approach shows much better re...
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Review Article
Role of interventional treatment in acute pain of herpes zoster and prevention of postherpetic neuralgia
Acute pain associated with herpes zoster (HZ) is the most debilitating symptom, which if not treated in early phase may lead to postherpetic neuralgia (PHN), a potentially crippling disorder with prol...
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Original Article
Combination of critical care pain observation tool and face, legs, activity, cry, consolability scale in assessment of postoperative pain severity in postanesthesia care unit: A prospective cross-sectional analytical study
Context: Effective post-operative pain assessment is mandatory to exclude overdose of analgesics and avoid adverse effects. Patients in PACU have impaired ability to communicate making pain ass...
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Original Article
Clinical efficacy of oral gabapentin versus clonidine for preemptive analgesia in knee arthroplasty under epidural anesthesia with 0.75% Ropivacaine – A comparative study
Background: The preemptive analgesia for knee arthroscopic repair may reduce the postoperative pain without affecting the mobility of patients. The present study was designed to compare the cli...
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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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