Pain Management Yearbook 2009


Joav Merrick (Editor) – Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Services, Jerusalem, Israel

Series: Disability Studies

This new book examines the issue of pain in individuals with intellectual disabilities by introducing the topic as well as suggesting a model for pain in this population. A couple of articles suggest different approaches to the complex subject of evaluation in this group of clients, and also in depth approaches to specific syndromes. In this yearbook for 2009, you will find research published from the Journal of Pain Management by leading researchers from all over the world, which produces sound and evidence-based research that can help mankind to suffer less and enjoy a good quality of life.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Section One – Intellectual Disability

Chapter 1. Pain sensation of individuals with Rett Syndrome: A literature review pp.3-12
(Meir Lotan and Alon Kalron)

Chapter 2. Assessing pain in children with intellectual disability pp.13-26
(Lynn M. Breau)

Chapter 3. Pain in individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities pp.27-36
(Frank J. Symons, Tim F. Oberlander and Lois J. Kehl)

Chapter 4. The triptych of pain in art pp.37-44
(Gisèle Pickering)

Chapter 5. Pilot study of the feasibility of the non-communicating children’s pain checklist revised for pain assessment for adults with intellectual disabilities pp.45-60
(Chantel Burkitt, Lynn M. Breau, Shoneth Salsman, Tracie Sarsfield-Turner and Robert Mullan)

Chapter 6. Facial expression of pain in children with intellectual disabilities following surgery pp.61-76
(Lynn M. Breau, G. Allen Finley, Carol S. Camfield and Patrick J. McGrath)

Chapter 7. Prerequisite abilities for the use of hypnosis for pain management in children with cognitive impairment pp.77-84
(Marc Zabalia and Fanny Esquerré)

Section Two – Various Aspects of Pain

Chapter 8. Mechanical and holistic paradigms in sexology: Viagra® represents a mechanical worldview and may cause female sexual pain pp.87-100
(Søren Ventegodt and Joav Merrick)

Chapter 9. A Q-methodological study to explore the low back pain beliefs and attitudes of low back pain health professionals pp.101-128
(Carol Campbell)

Chapter 10. Impact of relaxation training on the variability of psychophysics and psychometrics tests pp.129-132
(Gisèle Pickering, Agathe Gelot, Sylvia Boulliau, Agathe Njomgang and Claude Dubray)

Chapter 11. A national survey of the United Kingdom NHS pain management services pp.133-140
(Neil Collighan and Sanjeeva Gupta)

Chapter 12. Opioid dependence among older pre-spine surgery patients: A prospective study pp.141-146
(M. Sami Walid)

Chapter 13. Combination of evidence-based medications for neuropathic pain: Proposal of a simple three-step therapeutic ladder pp.147-154
(Katsuyuki Moriwaki, Kazuhisa Shiroyama, Mikako Sanuki, Minoru Tajima, Tomoaki Miki, Akihiko Sakai and Ken Hashimoto)

Chapter 14. Psychosocial predictors of health status in fibromyalgia: A comparative study with rheumatoid arthritis pp.155-166
(Paula Oliveira and Maria Emília Costa)

Chapter 15. Pain management in a neonatal intensive care unit pp.167-172
(Edna Aparecida Bussotti and Eliseth Ribeiro Leão)

Chapter 16. Sex differences in anxiety sensitivity among children with chronic pain and non-clinical children pp.173-186
(Jennie CI Tsao, Subhadra Evans, Marcia Meldrum and Lonnie K. Zeltzer)

Chapter 17. Nursing quality: Pain management in the emergency room pp.187-192
(Rafaela Aparecida Marques Caliman, Maria Fernanda Zorzi Gatti and Eliseth Ribeiro Leão)

Chapter 18. A cognitive-behavioural group intervention for chronic pain patients: First findings pp.193-206
(Maaike J. de Boer, Gerbrig J. Versteegen and Theo K. Bouman)

Chapter 19. Chronic pain in injured workers pp.207-214
(Policarpo Rebolledo, Alonso Mújica, Luis Guzmán, Verónica Herrera and Ricardo Acuña)

Chapter 20. Invasive pain management procedures: High expectations lead to perceived poor outcomes pp.215-224
(Carol Campbell)

Chapter 21. Children’s drawings of pain faces: A comparison of two cultures pp.225-236
(Jacqueline A Ellis, Eufemia Jacob and Bryan Maycock)

Chapter 22. Catastrophizing, ways of coping and pain beliefs in relation to pain intensity and pain-related disability pp.237-252
(Christina Knussen and Joanna L. McParland)

Section Three – Brain Stimulation and Pain

Chapter 23. Brain changes related to chronic pain: Implications for stimulation treatment pp.255-264
(Herta Flor)

Chapter 24. Introduction to electrotherapy technology pp.265-274
(Marom Bikson, Abhishek Datta, Maged Elwassif, Varun Bansal and Angel V. Peterchev)

Chapter 25. Principles and mechanisms of transcranial magnetic stimulation pp.275-286
(Monica A. Perez and Leonardo G. Cohen)

Chapter 26. Principle and mechanisms of transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS)pp.287-298
(Andrea Antal, Walter Paulus and Michael A. Nitsche)

Chapter 27. Non-invasive brain stimulation approaches to fibromyalgia pain pp.299-320
(Baron Short, Jeffrey J. Borckardt, Mark George, Will Beam and Scott T. Reeves)

Chapter 28. Non-invasive brain stimulation therapy for the management of complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) pp.321-330
(Ricardo A. Cruciani, Santiago Esteban, Una Sibirceva and Helena Knotkova)

Chapter 29. Safety of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in protocols involving human subjects pp.331-342
(Arun Sundaram, Veronika Stock, Ricardo A. Cruciani and Helena Knotkova)

Chapter 30. The potential role of brain stimulation in the management of postoperative pain pp.343-348
(Jeffrey J. Borckardt, Scott Reeves and Mark S. George)

Chapter 31. Deep brain stimulation for chronic pain pp.349-366
(Morten L. Kringelbach, Alexander L. Green, Erlick AC Pereira, Sarah LF Owen and Tipu Z. Aziz)

Chapter 32. Invasive treatment of chronic neuropathic pain syndromes: Epidural stimulation of the motor cortex pp.367-382
(Dirk Rasche and Volker M. Tronnier)

Chapter 33. Electrical stimulation of primary motor cortex for intractable neuropathic deafferentation pain pp.383-396
(Youichi Saitoh)

Chapter 34. Brain stimulation for the treatment of pain: A review of costs, clinical effects, and mechanisms of treatment for three different central neuromodulatory approaches pp.396-412
(Soroush Zaghi, Nikolas Heine and Felipe Fregni)

Chapter 35. Efficacy of anodal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) for the treatment of fibromyalgia: results of a randomized, sham-controlled longitudinal clinical trial pp.413-424
(Angela Valle, Suely Roizenblatt, Sueli Botte, Soroush Zaghi, Marcelo Riberto, Sergio Tufik, Paulo S Boggio and Felipe Fregni)

Chapter 36. Cathodal tDCS over the somatosensory cortex relieved chronic neuropathic pain in a patient with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS/RSD) pp.425-430
(Helena Knotkova, Peter Homel and Ricardo A. Cruciani)

Section Four – Cancer and Pain

Chapter 37. Bisphosphonates in combination with radiotherapy for the treatment of bone metastases: A literature review pp.433-448
(Shaelyn Culleton, Amanda Hird, Janet Nguyen, Urban Emmenegger, Sunil Verma, Christine Simmons, Elizabeth Barnes, May Tsao, Arjun Sahgal, Cyril Danjoux, Gunita Mitera, Emily Sinclair and Edward Chow)

Chapter 38. Are baseline ESAS symptoms related to pain response in patients treated with palliative radiotherapy for bone metastases? pp.449-456
(Shaelyn Culleton, Jocelyn Pang, Liying Zhang, Roseanna Presutti, Janet Nguyen, Gunita Mitera, Emily Sinclair, Elizabeth Barnes, May Tsao, Cyril Danjoux, Arjun Sahgal and Edward Chow)

Chapter 39. Improvement of ESAS symptoms following palliative radiation for bone metastases pp.457-466
(Shaelyn Culleton, Liying Zhang, Emily Sinclair, Elizabeth Barnes, May Tsao, Cyril Danjoux, Sarah Campos, Philiz Goh and Edward Chow)

Chapter 40. Impact of pain flare on patients treated with palliative radiotherapy for symptomatic bone metastases pp.467-474
(Amanda Hird, Rebecca Wong, Candi Flynn, Stephanie Hadi, Eric de Sa, Liying Zhang, Carlo DeAngelis and Edward Chow)

Chapter 41. Validation of meaningful change in pain scores in the treatment of bone metastases pp.475-482
(Edward Chow, Amanda Hird, Rebecca Wong, Liying Zhang, Jackson Wu, Lisa Barbera, May Tsao, Elizabeth Barnes and Cyril Danjoux)

Chapter 42. Exploring the optimal definitions of partial response and pain progression in patients receiving radiation treatment for painful bone metastases? A preliminary analysis pp.483-510
(Roseanna Presutti, Liying Zhang, Amanda Hird, Melissa Deyell and Edward Chow)

Chapter 43. A multidisciplinary bone metastases clinic at Sunnybrook Odette Cancer Centre. A review of the experience from 2006-2008 pp.511-522
(Janet Nguyen, Emily Sinclair, Albert Yee, Joel Finkelstein, Michael Ford, Anita Chakraborty, Macey Farhadian, Robyn Pugash, Gunita Mitera, Cyril Danjoux, Elizabeth Barnes, May Tsao, Arjun Sahgal and Edward Chow, MBBS)

Chapter 44. The test-retest reliability of the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer Quality-of-Life Group Bone Metastases Module (EORTC QLQ-BM22) questionnaire pp.523-532
(Candi J. Flynn, Mark Clemons, Liying Zhang and Edward Chow)

Chapter 45. Determining reliability of patient perceptions of important bone metastases quality of life issues pp.533-546
(Sarah Campos, Liying Zhang and Edward Chow)

Chapter 46. Shortening the bone metastases quality of life instrument tool pp.547-558
(Lying Zhang, Janet Nguyen, Amanda Hird and Edward Chow)

Chapter 47. Surgical stabilization of severely destructive upper cervical lytic bone metastases pp.559-564
(Janet Nguyen, Matthew Chung, Michael Ford, Philiz Goh, Joel Rubenstein, Emily Sinclair, Gunita Mitera and Edward Chow)

Chapter 48. When all else fails: Simple bracing for the relief of intractable pain pp.565-572
(Roseanna Presutti, Sarah Campos, Joel Finkelstein, Joel Rubenstein, Emily Sinclair, Gunita Mitera and Edward Chow)

Chapter 49. Cemented hemiarthroplasty, percutaneous acetabular cementoplasty and post operative radiation for a high risk lesion of the hip pp.573-578
(Jocelyn Pang, Richard Jenkinson, Gunita Mitera, Andrea Donovan, Robyn Pugash, Maureen Trudeau, Cindy Quinton, Emily Sinclair, Janet Nguyen, Roseanna Presutti and Edward Chow)

Chapter 50. Remineralization of an impending fracture from an osteolytic metastasis in a breast cancer patient from palliative radiotherapy and bisphosphonate: A case report pp.579-586
(Gunita Mitera, Joel Rubenstein, Joel Finkelstein, Melanie TM Davidson and Edward Chow)

Chapter 51. Need for post procedure radiation therapy after kyphoplasty or vertebroplasty/cementoplasty for bony metastatic disease pp.587-588
(Edward Chow, May Tsao, Arjun Sahgal, Elizabeth Barnes, Cyril Danjoux, Gunita Mitera and Emily Sinclair)

Section Five – Acknowledgments

Chapter 52. About the editor

Chapter 53. About the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

Section Six – Index


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