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enEnglish caCatalan
1 word
analgesia analgèsia
 
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enEnglish deGerman
1 word
analgesia Analgesie
analgesia Schmerzlosigkeit
2 words
Analgesia Units Analgesiegerät
Masks, Analgesia Maske, Analgesie
3 words
ANALGESIA OF CORNEA Schmerzunempfindlichkeit der Hornhaut
Analgesia Units, Electrostimulating Stimulator, Elektroanalgesie
Analgesia Units, Intravenous Infusionspumpe, patientengesteuerte Analgesie
Epidural Analgesia Units Infusionspumpe, patientengesteuerte Analgesie
Intrathecal Analgesia Units Infusionspumpe, patientengesteuerte Analgesie
Patient-Controlled Analgesia Units Infusionspumpe, patientengesteuerte Analgesie
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enEnglish esSpanish
1 word
analgesia analgesia
 
enEnglish frFrench
1 word
analgesia analgie
analgesia analgésie
3 words
ANALGESIA OF CORNEA INSENSIBILITE CORNEENE
 
enEnglish itItalian
1 word
analgesia analgesia
 
enEnglish plPolish
1 word
analgesia analgezja
 
enEnglish ptPortuguese
1 word
analgesia analgesia
analgesia analgia
3 words
ANALGESIA OF CORNEA ANALGESIA DA CORNEA
 
enEnglish roRomanian
1 word
analgesia analgezie
 
enEnglish skSlovak
1 word
analgesia analgia
analgesia analgézia
 
enEnglish svSwedish
1 word
analgesia analgesi
 
caCatalan enEnglish
1 word
analgèsia analgesia
 
caCatalan deGerman
1 word
analgèsia Analgesie
 
caCatalan esSpanish
1 word
analgèsia analgesia
 
caCatalan frFrench
1 word
analgèsia analgie
analgèsia analgésie
 
caCatalan itItalian
1 word
analgèsia analgesia
 
caCatalan plPolish
1 word
analgèsia analgezja
 
caCatalan ptPortuguese
1 word
analgèsia analgesia
analgèsia analgia
 
caCatalan roRomanian
1 word
analgèsia analgezie
 
caCatalan skSlovak
1 word
analgèsia analgia
analgèsia analgézia
 
caCatalan svSwedish
1 word
analgèsia analgesi
 
itItalian enEnglish
1 word
analgesia analgesia
 
itItalian caCatalan
1 word
analgesia analgèsia
 
itItalian deGerman
1 word
analgesia Analgesie
 
itItalian esSpanish
1 word
analgesia analgesia
 
itItalian frFrench
1 word
analgesia analgie
analgesia analgésie
 
itItalian plPolish
1 word
analgesia analgezja
 
itItalian ptPortuguese
1 word
analgesia analgesia
analgesia analgia
 
itItalian roRomanian
1 word
analgesia analgezie
 
itItalian skSlovak
1 word
analgesia analgia
analgesia analgézia
 
itItalian svSwedish
1 word
analgesia analgesi
 
ptPortuguese enEnglish
1 word
analgesia analgesia
3 words
ANALGESIA DA CORNEA ANALGESIA OF CORNEA
 
ptPortuguese caCatalan
1 word
analgesia analgèsia
 
ptPortuguese deGerman
1 word
analgesia Analgesie
3 words
ANALGESIA DA CORNEA Schmerzunempfindlichkeit der Hornhaut
 
ptPortuguese esSpanish
1 word
analgesia analgesia
 
ptPortuguese frFrench
1 word
analgesia analgie
analgesia analgésie
3 words
ANALGESIA DA CORNEA INSENSIBILITE CORNEENE
 
ptPortuguese itItalian
1 word
analgesia analgesia
 
ptPortuguese plPolish
1 word
analgesia analgezja
 
ptPortuguese roRomanian
1 word
analgesia analgezie
 
ptPortuguese skSlovak
1 word
analgesia analgia
analgesia analgézia
 
ptPortuguese svSwedish
1 word
analgesia analgesi
 
esSpanish enEnglish
1 word
analgesia analgesia
 
esSpanish caCatalan
1 word
analgesia analgèsia
 
esSpanish deGerman
1 word
analgesia Analgesie
 
esSpanish frFrench
1 word
analgesia analgie
analgesia analgésie
 
esSpanish itItalian
1 word
analgesia analgesia
 
esSpanish plPolish
1 word
analgesia analgezja
 
esSpanish ptPortuguese
1 word
analgesia analgesia
analgesia analgia
 
esSpanish roRomanian
1 word
analgesia analgezie
 
esSpanish skSlovak
1 word
analgesia analgia
analgesia analgézia
 
esSpanish svSwedish
1 word
analgesia analgesi
 
Definition
 
enEnglish
Acupuncture Analgesia definition: Analgesia produced by the insertion of ACUPUNCTURE needles at certain ACUPUNCTURE POINTS on the body. This activates small myelinated nerve fibers in the muscle which transmit impulses to the spinal cord and then activate three centers - the spinal cord, midbrain and pituitary/hypothalamus - to produce analgesia.
Analgesia definition: Methods of PAIN relief that may be used with or in place of ANALGESICS.
analgesia definition: absence of sensibility to pain; relief of pain without the loss of consciousness.
Pain Therapy definition: (i) the systematic study of clinical and basic science and its application for the reduction of pain and suffering; (ii) the blending of tools, techniques and principles taken from the discrete healing art disciplines and reformulated as a holistic application for the reduction of pain and suffering; and (iii) a newly emerging discipline emphasizing an interdisciplinary approach with a goal of reduction of pain and suffering. (AAPM)
Pain Insensitivity, Congenital definition: A syndrome characterized by indifference to PAIN despite the ability to distinguish noxious from nonnoxious stimuli. Absent corneal reflexes and MENTAL RETARDATION may be associated. Familial forms with autosomal recessive and autosomal dominant patterns of inheritance have been described. (Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p1343)
Analgesia, Epidural definition: The relief of pain without loss of consciousness through the introduction of an analgesic agent into the epidural space of the vertebral canal. It is differentiated from ANESTHESIA, EPIDURAL which refers to the state of insensitivity to sensation.
Pain Measurement definition: Scales, questionnaires, tests, and other methods used to assess pain severity and duration in patients or experimental animals to aid in diagnosis, therapy, and physiological studies.
Pain Measurement definition: see:http://www.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/MBrowser.html
Pain Assessment definition: The evaluation of pain complaints. Measurements should be objective on the part of the practitioner, based on subjective information from the patient. Measurements may also be indirect, by such assessments as respiratory rate and effort, withdrawal, guarding, or other appropriate assessment techniques.
sympathetic block definition: blocking of the sympathetic trunk by paravertebral infiltration with an anesthetic agent.
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deGerman
Analgesie definition: [1] Medizin: künstlich hervorgerufener (zum Beispiel durch Analgetika) oder krankheitsbedingter Zustand, in dem gar kein oder nur verminderter Schmerz wahrgenommen wird
 
frFrench
analgésie definition: Insensibilité à la douleur physique.
 
Examples
 

Conclusion: Sacroiliitis must be considered as a rare but serious complication of lumbar epidural analgesia.

Shimon Edelstein et al.

Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology 11 (2), 2003

Successful management of analgesia and sedation incorporates a patient-based approach that includes detection and management of predisposing and causative factors, including delirium; monitoring using analgesia and sedation scales and other instruments; proper medication selection, with an emphasis on analgesia-based drugs; and incorporation of structured strategies that have been demonstrated to reduce likelihood of excessive or prolonged sedation.

Curtis N Sessler et al.

Critical Care 12 (Suppl 3), 2008

Analgesia and sedation management has routinely been employed in ICU patients for many years, particularly among those receiving mechanical ventilation [ 14 ].

Curtis N Sessler et al.

Critical Care 12 (Suppl 3), 2008

A recent observational study conducted in 44 ICUs in France [ 25 ] indicates slightly greater use of opioids (90%) as compared with sedatives (72%), a transition to sufentanil and fentanyl as preferred analgesics, and continued under-use of monitoring, with only about 40% receiving sedation or analgesia assessments.

Curtis N Sessler et al.

Critical Care 12 (Suppl 3), 2008

It is likely that the publication of the Society of Critical Care Medicine's clinical practice guidelines for the management of sedation and analgesia [ 27 ], as well as clinical trials that reported improved outcomes with algorithm-based approaches to sedation management [ 28 - 32 ], have raised clinician awareness and led to more structured management.

Curtis N Sessler et al.

Critical Care 12 (Suppl 3), 2008

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Publications
 

Bacterial Sacroiliitis Probably Induced by Lumbar Epidural Analgesia

Shimon Edelstein et al.

Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology , 2003

Analgesia and sedation in the intensive care unit: an overview of the issues

Curtis N Sessler et al.

Critical Care , 2008

Remifentanil for analgesia-based sedation in the intensive care unit

Ralf Kuhlen et al.

Critical Care , 2004

Bupivacaine versus lidocaine analgesia for neonatal circumcision

Orit C Stolik-Dollberg et al.

BMC Pediatrics , 22 May 2005

Acupuncture Anesthesia and Analgesia for Clinical Acute Pain in Japan

Reina Taguchi

Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine : eCAM , 01 Jun 2008

Infant feeding and analgesia in labour: the evidence is accumulating

Sue Jordan

International Breastfeeding Journal , 11 Dec 2006

Intrapartum epidural analgesia and breastfeeding: a prospective cohort study

Siranda Torvaldsen et al.

International Breastfeeding Journal , 11 Dec 2006

Prolonged gabapentin analgesia in an experimental mouse model of fibromyalgia

Michiko Nishiyori et al.

Molecular Pain , 06 Nov 2008

The effect of acupuncture duration on analgesia and peripheral sensory thresholds

Albert Y Leung et al.

BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine , 01 May 2008

Practice of sedation and analgesia in German intensive care units: results of a national survey

Jörg Martin et al.

Critical Care , 2005

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