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1-Aug-2019Effects of occlusal splint therapy in patients with migraine or tension-type headache and comorbid temporomandibular disorder: A randomized controlled trialSaha, FJ; Pulla, A; Ostermann, T; Miller, T; Dobos, G; Cramer, H
1-Jul-2004A prospective study of nurse initiated panadeine forte: Expanding pain management in the EDFry, M; Ryan, J; Alexander, N
22-Aug-2015Diagnostics of pain in old age: Perspectives on a multidimensional phenomenonSirsch, E; Gnass, I; Fischer, T
1-Nov-2012Computer-based symptom assessment is feasible in patients with advanced cancer: Results from an international multicenter study, the EPCRC-CSAHjermstad, MJ; Lie, HC; Caraceni, A; Currow, DC; Fainsinger, RL; Gundersen, OE; Haugen, DF; Heitzer, E; Radbruch, L; Stone, PC; Strasser, F; Kaasa, S; Loge, JH
1-Dec-2012Longitudinal pain reports in a palliative care populationClark, K; Smith, J; Lovell, M; Currow, DC
1-Jun-2016End-of-life care in oxygen-dependent ILD compared with lung cancer: A national population-based studyAhmadi, Z; Wysham, NG; Lundström, S; Janson, C; Currow, DC; Ekström, M
1-Jan-2016Healthcare Providers' Knowledge and Current Practice of Pain Assessment and Management: How Much Progress Have We Made?Nuseir, K; Kassab, M; Almomani, B
10-Sep-2012Randomized controlled pilot study: Pain intensity and pressure pain thresholds in patients with neck and low back pain before and after traditional east asian "gua Sha" therapyLauche, R; Wübbeling, K; Lüdtke, R; Cramer, H; Choi, KE; Rampp, T; Michalsen, A; Langhorst, J; Dobos, GJ
1-Jan-2014Australian survey of current practice and guideline use in adult cancer pain assessment and management: Perspectives of oncologistsLuckett, T; Davidson, PM; Boyle, F; Liauw, W; Agar, M; Green, A; Lovell, M
1-Feb-2013Self-hypnosis for coping with labour pain: A randomised controlled trialWerner, A; Uldbjerg, N; Zachariae, R; Rosen, G; Nohr, EA
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