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Pain coping, pain acceptance and analgesic use as predictors of health-related quality of life among women with primary dysmenorrhea.

Primary dysmenorrhea causes menstrual pain that affects women's quality of life (QoL) and analgesics are only moderately effective. Pain coping and pain acceptance influence QoL among people affected by other chronic pain conditions, so we examined pain coping, pain acceptance and analgesic use as predictors of QoL among women with primary dysmenorrhea.


Adaptive and maladaptive coping strategies in older adults with chronic pain after lumbar surgery.

This study investigated whether adaptive and maladaptive coping strategies mediate the association between chronic pain and health-related quality of life among older adults experiencing chronic pain after lumbar surgery. Participants were 103 older adults with either or both of chronic lower back pain and leg pain after lumbar surgery (median age = 75 years, men = 44, women = 59). Intensity of chronic lower back and leg pain (11-point numerical rating scale), physical activities (Physical Activity Scale fo...

Group Differences Between Countries and Between Languages in Pain-Related Beliefs, Coping, and Catastrophizing in Chronic Pain: A Systematic Review.

To evaluate the extent to which pain-related beliefs, appraisals, coping, and catastrophizing differ between countries, language groups, and country economy.


The Impact of Spatial Distribution of Pain on Long Term Trajectories for Chronic Pain Outcomes after Intensive Interdisciplinary Pain Treatment.

Evidence for the effectiveness of intensive interdisciplinary pain treatment (IIPT) for pediatric chronic pain is growing; however, little research has considered factors that contribute to differences in patients' treatment response. The present study utilized multilevel modeling (MLM) to examine trajectory of change over time in functional disability from clinic assessment to 6-month follow-up in pediatric patients participating in IIPT, considering spatial distribution of pain, coping efficacy, and pain ...

Corrigendum to: A Dyadic Perspective on Coping and its Effects on Relationship Quality and Psychological Distress in Couples Living with Chronic Pain: A Longitudinal Study.

Anesthesia and Chronic Pain Management.

The reasons for development of chronic pain are poorly understood. Chronic postoperative pain is linked to severe acute postoperative pain. Head and neck pain is often a complex phenomenon that requires meticulous diagnosis and treatment. Institution of early multimodal analgesic regimens by multidisciplinary teams may attenuate chronic pain formation and propagation in the otolaryngologic patient.

Novel insights into stroke pain beliefs and perceptions.

: Chronic pain is common following stroke, yet its characteristics are poorly understood.: To characterize the beliefs and perceptions of people with stroke who experience chronic pain and compare these to a non-stroke population with chronic pain.: An online survey of the Pain Beliefs and Perceptions Inventory for stroke and non-stroke individuals with chronic pain. Pain beliefs and perceptions, including perceived causes of pain, were compared across the two groups.: A total of 223 participants completed ...

Coping and psychopathology in children with malignancy and bronchiectasis.

We aimed to evaluate the coping styles and social support perceived by the children with two different chronic diseases (cancer and bronchiectasis), their mothers' coping styles and compare them with a control group without any chronic physical or psychiatric disorder.

Integrating Motivational Interviewing in Pain Neuroscience Education for People With Chronic Pain: A Practical Guide for Clinicians.

Pain neuroscience education (PNE) and motivational interviewing (MI) have been widely implemented and tested in the field of chronic pain management, and both strategies have been shown to be effective in the short term (small effect sizes) for the management of chronic pain. PNE uses contemporary pain science to educate patients about the biopsychosocial nature of the chronicity of their pain experience. The goal of PNE is to optimize patients' pain beliefs/perceptions to facilitate the acquisition of adap...

Chronic Pain and Sleep Disturbances: A Pragmatic Review of Their Relationships, Comorbidities, and Treatments.

The objective of this review is to answer three questions: 1) How are chronic pain severity and pain duration affected in patients with chronic pain and sleep disturbances that occur simultaneously? 2) What are common comorbidities and pain-related symptoms seen in patients with chronic pain and sleep disturbances? and 3) What are potentially effective pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatment options for both conditions?

Special considerations in conducting clinical trials of chronic pain management interventions in children and adolescents and their families.

Disabling chronic pain is a common experience for children and adolescents. However, the evidence base for chronic pain interventions for youth is extremely limited, which has hindered the development of evidence-based practice guidelines for most pediatric chronic pain conditions.

Long-term naturalistic follow-up of chronic pain in adults with prescription opioid use disorder.

Chronic pain is common in patients with prescription opioid use disorder (OUD), and pain severity has been shown to predict opioid use for those with chronic pain. However, recent research suggests that focusing on pain status (i.e., the presence or absence of chronic pain) at treatment initiation may not reflect the clinical significance of pain over the long-term course of OUD. Reports of variability in chronic pain and its clinical significance over time have yet to be investigated in patients with presc...

Almost 1 in 5 South African adults have chronic pain: a prevalence study conducted in a large nationally representative sample.

Limited information on the prevalence and risk factors for chronic pain is available for developing countries. Therefore, we investigated the prevalence of chronic pain, and the association between this pain and various personal and sociodemographic factors by including questions in the South Africa Demographic and Household Survey 2016. The survey was conducted by face-to-face interviews with a nationally representative sample of the adult population (ages 15 and older, n = 10336). Chronic pain was defined...

ChrOnic pain self-ManagementMent support with pain science EducatioN and exerCisE (COMMENCE) for people with chronic pain and multiple comorbidities: A randomized controlled trial.

To investigate the effectiveness chronic pain self-management support with pain science education and exercise (COMMENCE) on improving function, pain interference, work status, pain intensity, fatigue, psychological factors associated with pain, health care visits, satisfaction, and perceived change compared to usual care.

Pain neuroscience education and physical exercise for patients with chronic spinal pain in primary healthcare: a randomised trial protocol.

Chronic musculoskeletal pain affects more than 20% of the population, and the prevalence is increasing, causing suffering, loss of quality of life, disability, and an enormous expenditure on healthcare resources. The most common location for chronic pain is the spine. Many of the treatments used are mainly passive (pharmacological and invasive) and poor outcomes. The treatments currently applied in the public health system do not comply with the recommendations of the main clinical practice guidelines, whic...

Ultrasound-Guided Subcostal TAP Block with Depot Steroids in the Management of Chronic Abdominal Pain Secondary to Chronic Pancreatitis: A Three-Year Prospective Audit in 54 Patients.

Chronic pancreatitis is a common cause of recurrent chronic abdominal pain that utilizes significant health care resources. Pain in chronic pancreatitis can be of two types. Visceral pain occurs during ongoing pancreatic inflammation. Once pancreatic inflammation subsides, the pain generator can move to the abdominal wall as a result of viscerosomatic convergence and present as abdominal myofascial pain syndrome. Subcostal transversus abdominis plane block is an abdominal plane block that has been proven ef...

Examination of Regional Interdependence Theory in Chronic Neck Pain: Interpretations from Correlation of Strength Measures in Cervical and Pain-Free Regions.

Impairments present in chronic pain conditions have been reported not to be limited to the painful region. Pain-free regions have also been proposed to be adversely affected as a cause or consequence of the painful condition. The aim of this study was to investigate the association between muscle strength in painful and pain-free regions and chronic neck pain.

Close relationships as a contributor to chronic pain pathogenesis: Predicting pain etiology and persistence.

Chronic stress contributes to the pathogenesis of chronic pain. Yet, the role of close relationship stress in these pathways to pain is not fully understood.

Differential role of adenosine signaling cascade in acute and chronic pain.

Adenosine is a signaling molecule induced under stress such as energy insufficiency and ischemic/hypoxic conditions. Adenosine controls multiple physiological and pathological cellular and tissue function by activation of four G protein-coupled receptors (GPCR). Functional role of adenosine signaling in acute pain has been widely studied. However, the role of adenosine signaling in chronic pain is poorly understood. At acute levels, adenosine can be beneficial to anti-pain whereas a sustained elevation of a...

Learning to fear pain after observing another's pain: An experimental study in schoolchildren.

Children of individuals with chronic pain have an increased vulnerability to experience pain problems, possibly through observation of pain in their parents. As pain-related fear (PRF) is a critical factor in the development and maintenance of chronic pain, the current experimental study examined the acquisition of PRF through observational learning and subsequent extinction after first-hand experience of the feared stimulus.

The interaction between stress and chronic pain through the lens of threat learning.

Stress and pain are interleaved at multiple levels - interacting and influencing each other. Both are modulated by psychosocial factors including fears, beliefs, and goals, and are served by overlapping neural substrates. One major contributing factor in the development and maintenance of chronic pain is threat learning, with pain as an emotionally-salient threat - or stressor. Here, we argue that threat learning is a central mechanism and contributor, mediating the relationship between stress and chronic p...

The Complex Interplay of Pain, Depression, and Anxiety Symptoms in Patients with Chronic Pain: A Network Approach.

This study aimed to analyze the associations among depressive/anxiety and pain symptoms in patients diagnosed with chronic pain.

Parental multi-site chronic pain and the risk of adult offspring developing additional chronic pain sites: family-linkage data from the Norwegian HUNT Study.

We investigated if parental multi-site chronic pain increases the risk of adult offspring developing additional chronic pain sites, and if offspring body mass index (BMI) and leisure time physical activity modify this association. We used longitudinal data on 7,654 offspring linked with their parents who participated in the population-based HUNT Study (Norway) in 1995-97 and 2006-08. Logistic regression was used to estimate odds ratios (ORs) with 95% confidence interval (CI). One-third of offspring (n=2,573...

Evidence-Based Strategies for the Prevention of Chronic Post-Intensive Care and Acute Care-Related Pain.

Chronic pain is prevalent in intensive care survivors and in patients who require acute care treatments. Many adverse consequences have been associated with chronic post-intensive care and acute care-related pain. Hence, interest in interventions to prevent these pain disorders has grown. To improve the understanding of the mechanisms of action of these interventions and their potential impacts, this article outlines the pathophysiology involved in the transition from acute to chronic pain, the epidemiology...

Pain-related illness intrusiveness is associated with lower activity engagement among persons with multiple sclerosis.

Pain can interfere with the daily functioning of persons with multiple sclerosis (PwMS). Furthermore, beliefs about pain and activity engagement are reliably associated with persons' experience of chronic pain. This study aimed to explore the extent to which different aspects of PwMS' activity engagement is related to pain-related illness intrusiveness, and whether certain coping and support systems mediate that relationship.


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