Dott. Luigi Vicari on febbraio 22nd, 2012

Leg pain refers to any kind of pain that occurs between the heels and the pelvis. There are many reasons for leg pain, and not all of them are caused by a problem that originates in the leg; some injuries or spinal problems can cause aches and pains in the leg(s). Leg pain can be [...]

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La somministrazione di ketorolac durante interventi di raschiamento per interruzione della gravidanza, non è efficace nella riduzione del dolore nel post-operatorio. La notizia arriva da un gruppo di ricercatori guidati dal Prof. Roche, ha pubblicato sulla rivista Contraception uno studio condotto al fine di valutare l’effetto dell’applicazione di tale farmaco nel dolore associato ad aborto [...]

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Pain 2011; 152: 2690-700 Introduction Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a painful condition affecting one or more extremities of the body, marked by a wide variety of symptoms and signs that are often difficult to manage because the pathophysiology is incompletely understood. A recent study showed the presence of autoantibodies against differentiated autonomic neurones [...]

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on novembre 15th, 2011

Diagnosis of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, The Most Common Inherited Heart Disease, Not A Death Sentence Neuromuscular Warm-Up Associated With Reduced Lower Extremity Injuries In Adolescent Female Athletes Anti-Depressants Reduce Pain In Opioid-Dependent Patients ‘Melting Curve Analysis’ Provides New Tool For Assessing Malignant Hyperthermia Risk SmartTots Initiative Plans Research To Answer Questions On Anesthetic Safety In Children [...]

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on aprile 11th, 2011

Una nuova metanalisi si è focalizzata sulla traiettoria terapeutica della somministrazione intraarticolare di acido ialuronico (Iaha) per il trattamento del dolore da osteoartrosi del ginocchio 6 mesi dopo l’intervento.

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on gennaio 9th, 2011

Management of Substance Use Disorder THE TREATMENT OF SYMPTOMATIC OSTEOPOROTIC SPINAL COMPRESSION FRACTURES Management of Asthma (Adult and Pediatric)

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on dicembre 17th, 2010

Il paracetamolo, al dosaggio di 1.000 mg, è un trattamento efficace per l’emicrania acuta, e la sua combinazione con metoclopramide alla dose di 10 mg, antiemetico utile a ridurre la nausea e il vomito spesso associati alla cefalea, ha un’efficacia nel breve termine equivalente a quella del sumatriptan per os.

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on dicembre 14th, 2010

Elderly patients with arthritis who regularly take opioids for pain experience more undesirable and sometimes dangerous side effects than those on other painkillers, such as Coxibs and NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, reveal in Archives of Internal Medicine. Leggi l’articolo intero.

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on novembre 30th, 2010

In occasione del IX Convegno Area Culturale Dolore SIAARTI, in corso a Matera dal 24 al 26 Novembre 2010, si è tenuto il Simposio “Tapentadolo, il primo nuovo analgesico centrale” moderato dal Prof. P.L. Canonico, Ordinario e Preside delle facoltà di Farmacologia dell’Università del Piemonte Orientale e dal Prof. C. Mattia, Anestesista, Professore all’Università la Sapienza di Roma.

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Rheumatoid arthritis researchers are using the 2010 ACR/EULAR Rheumatoid Arthritis Classification Criteria in hopes of improving the ability to identify people with the RA even before they’re diagnosed with the disease in a clinical health care setting. Leggi il resto dell’articolo.

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on novembre 10th, 2010

The use of ultrasound needle guidance improves the performance, outcomes and the cost-effectiveness of knee injections in people with osteoarthritis, according to research presented this week at the American College of Rheumatology Annual Scientific Meeting in Atlanta. Leggi il resto dell’articolo.

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on novembre 10th, 2010

Bocca, schiena, testa, arti, genitali: un dolore acuto e improvviso non andrebbe mai trascurato. Ecco per quali motivi.

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on novembre 6th, 2010

We all know how hard it is not to scratch when we have an itch. But how can an itch be alleviated? In a new study published in the prestigious journal Neuron, researchers at Uppsala University present the surprising finding that the same nerve cells that are active when we experience heat pain are also [...]

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Dott. Luigi Vicari on novembre 5th, 2010

A simple, noninvasive technique providing low-level electrical stimulation of the brain produces significant pain-reducing effects in humans, reports the November issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia, official journal of the International Anesthesia Research Society (IARS). Leggi il resto dell’articolo.

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Long-term use of corticosteroid injections for tendinopathy may be harmful, according to the results of a systematic review of randomized controlled trials reported in the October 22 issue of The Lancet.

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