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    characterizes Pain as a complex and subjective phenomenon, therefore, finding the consensus on the adequate definition of Pain, which certainly represents discomforting and unpleasant sensory and emotional experience, is still a major challenge. According to the inference that stems from the rational part of man-made science, Pain is a ‘primordial’ phenomenon of the same rank and category as thirst, hunger, fatigue, representing the integral functional part of body defense system. Needless to mention, the ‘convenient’ science has numerous theories, but essentially no clue on crucial factors related to the Pain’ phenomenon’- the origin,…

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    Use of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Pain Management Kevin Cates Hypothesis: TCM is an effective choice in pain management, specifically chronic pain and psychogenic pain of the lower back area. Chronic Pain and Pain Management: Chronic pain is a major health issue in our modern day society. It causes immense suffering for patients and their families, drains public health care resources and is a major detriment to society due to lost work productivity. Current western medical treatments are…

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    The intricate reaction between the human’s physiological and psychological responses has been long disputed (Rowbotham, 2001) This ever changing discussion may be explained by the neuromatrix pain theory (Melzack, 1999). However, our understanding of the physiological response to a painful experience and its effects on the body has changed over the years. In the mid-17th century the pain theory was over simplified; nerve impulses travelled to the cerebral cortex in the brain, the more damage the…

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    The punishment the sinners are subjected to varies in both stories, however, in both of the stories the punishments are believed to be significantly detrimental to the sinners since they torture the sinners and cause them to feel mental pain in the case of No Exit and physical pain (usually) in the case of Dante’s Inferno. An example of this in No Exit is when Garcin said, “ Open the door! Open, blast you! I’ll endure anything, your red hot tongs and prongs and garrotes- all your fiendish…

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    ideologies relating to guerrilla military leaders exploiting children and their rights to an innocent childhood for their own self-centred political agendas. In additional, some children are kidnapped from their schools or their beds, some are recruited after seeing their parents slaughtered, and some may even choose to join the militias as their best hope for survival in war-torn countries. Once recruited, many are brainwashed, trained, given drugs and then sent into battle with orders to kill.…

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    remarkable success in reducing HIV risk-associated sexual behaviors among African American adolescents and adults” (Jemmott LS,1998). Study seven focused their study on pain by seeking to identify a longer-acting acute pain medication than those currently available to reduce postoperative distress. Their research in humans has centered on postoperative pain management following dental surgery. They found that women gained relief of their postoperative pain from a moderate dose of nalbuphine,…

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    more sensitive than other areas and this could cause swelling if roughly handled or if the skin reacts to artificial scents and colorings in the products. Sometimes, exposing the tattooed area to too much sun will affect the skin leading to heat rash, which is usually accompanied by swelling. Get the tattoo checked up by a medical professional if you suspect swelling. Home Remedies for Tattoo Swelling In most cases, the swelling will go away on its own since it’s part of the healing process.…

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    Cold Bupivacaine Vs Magnesium Sulphate added to Room Temperature Bupivacaine in Sonar guided Femoral and Sciatic Nerve Block in Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction Surgery Ashraf E Alzeftawy (MD) and Ahmad A El-Daba (MD) Assistant professor of Anesthesia and Surgical Intensive Care Department of Anesthesia and Surgical Intensive Care, Faculty of Medicine,Tanta University. Abstract PURPOSE: The aim of this prospective randomised study was to compare the effect of cold bupivacaine 0.5% and…

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    Jennifer Cowart was thirty-two when she was in a go-kart accident in Pensacola Beach, Florida. Jennifer’s go-kart bumped into one of the guardrails, flipped on its side, and burst into flames. She was trapped in the go-kart. Her brother tried to run into the flames to save his sister, but the fire was too intense. After two minutes, Jennifer’s seat belt burned through and she fell to the ground. She was still alive, but was feeling the worst pain imaginable since she had suffered 3rd and 4th…

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    Low back pain (LBP) is cited as the second most common musculoskeletal problems for which treatment is sought by individuals. An estimated 90% of LBP reported in clinical practice is categorized as idiopathic or nonspecific, meaning that the underlying pathoanatomy is unclear (Walker, 2000). Spinal manipulation (SM) has been identified as efficacious treatment methods, especially for patients with nonspecific LBP (Slater, 2012). Early use of thrust manipulation among patients with LBP has been…

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