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Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by R. Michael Gallagher.|
|Series||Inflammatory disease and therapy ;, 6|
|Contributions||Gallagher, R. Michael, 1947-|
|LC Classifications||RB128 .D785 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 287 p. :|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||90014029|
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Headache is second only to low back pain as a cause of time lost from work; it leads to excessive use of analgesic medications; and the disability it causes often disrupts family life. Yet, as common as headache is, it usually receives short shrift in textbooks of medicine, and few physicians are taught much about it during their training.
The use of CNS stimulants is contraindicated in patients with significant cardiovascular impairment such as uncompensated heart failure, severe coronary disease, severe hypertension (including that associated with hyperthyroidism or pheochromocytoma), cardiac structural abnormalities, serious arrhythmias, etc.
Sudden death has been reported in adults and children taking CNS stimulant treatment. “Advanced Headache Therapy, is Dr.
Robbins 4th headache book and it fully covers ‘standard’ outpatient headache treatment. Robbins, who has published extensively on refractory headaches, has written a practical ‘real world’ guide to outpatient treatment/5(10).
The chapters on migraine treatment and on drug interactions are particularly detailed and helpful. The statements in Drug Therapy for Headache are, in general, fair minded and representative of the consensus but often do not mention the uncertainty and controversy on many subjects.
Many of the subjects covered are discussed in much greaterCited by: 5. In European headache centers, 5% to 10% of patients have drug-induced headache. One series of consecutive headache patients reported that % had drug-induced headaches.
Experience in the United Kingdom (P. Goadsby, personal communication) suggests that drug-associated headache is more common than the literature suggests.
New Headache Book Now Available. Including content on Headaches, Migraines & Rare Headaches. Our health charity, Help for Headaches, is making public the book Non-Drug Treatments the book is written for the headache sufferer, many health professionals will find it useful due to its relevant content and thorough research.
The Oxford Handbook of Practical Drug Therapy mirrors the leading national guides to prescribing. The safe and effective use of medicine requires a sound knowledge of pharmacology.
As readers use this practical resource, they will Drug therapy for headache book their : Duncan Richards. A lifetime of observations has been complied in Advanced Headache Therapy by Lawrence Robbins, MD.
This book joins an increasing number of texts from Springer dedicated to headache management, but it stands out as it discusses many non-pharmacological approaches, such. Mauskop is a licensed acupuncturist and author of The Headache Alternative: A Neurologist’s Guide to Drug-Free Relief, a book published by Dell and What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Migraines: The Breakthrough Program That Can Help End Your Pain, published by Warner Books.
Therapy relieves headache, nausea, and sensitivity to sound and light The nurse has administered sumatriptan (Imitrex) subcutaneously for migraine headache relief at 9 pm to a 35 year old smoker. One hour after administration, the patient complains of heavy arm and chest pressure.
Get this from a library. Parenteral drug treatments for acute migraine headache. [Rebecca N Gray; United States. Agency for Health Care Policy and Research.;] -- OBJECTIVES: To identify and summarize evidence from controlled trials on the efficacy and tolerability of parenteral drug treatments for acute migraine headache.
SEARCH STRATEGY: A strategy combining. Schectman G, Hiatt J. Drug therapy for hypercholesterolemia in patients with cardiovascular disease: factors limiting achievement of lipid goals. Am J Med. ;–Cited by: Drug therapy, biofeedback training, stress reduction, and elimination of certain foods from the diet are the most common methods of preventing and controlling migraine and other vascular headaches.
Regular exercise, such as swimming or vigorous walking, can also. Abstract Background This is an updated version of the original Cochrane review published in Issue 8,on ‘Drug therapy for treating post-dural puncture headache’.
Post-dural puncture headache (PDPH) is the most common complication of lumbar puncture, an invasive procedure frequently performed in the emergency room.
Numerous pharmaceutical drugs have been proposed to treat PDPH [ ]. Suppl. 3 - S1 Canadian Headache Society Guideline: Acute Drug Therapy for Migraine Headache Suppl. 3 - S4 Introduction to the Guideline, and General Principles of Acute Migraine Management Section I.
Psilocybin for the Treatment of Cluster Headache The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.
Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Bernadette Price, in Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy (Fourth Edition), Adverse effects. Flushing and vascular headache are frequent adverse effects.
Hypotension and reflex tachycardia occur more often when the drug is used as an antihypertensive agent in the absence of heart failure.
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Suppl. 3 - S1 Canadian Headache Society Guideline: Acute Drug Therapy for Migraine Headache Suppl. 3 - S4 Introduction to the Guideline, and General Principles of Acute Migraine Management Section I Suppl.
3 - S10 Targeted Review: Medications for Acute Migraine Treatment Section II Suppl. 3 - S33 Pharmacological Acute Migraine Treatment Strategies: Choosing the Right Drug for a Specific PatientFile Size: 2MB.
Drug-Induced Headache. Advances in Applied Neurological Sciences (Book 5) Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : Springer Berlin Heidelberg. The Jefferson Headache Manual is a practical guide for the practitioner seeking assistance in diagnosing and treating headache patients.
Written by the experts at one of the foremost headache centers in the United States, the Manual provides a systematic approach to identifying and managing all types of 5/5(5). Abstract Background Post-dural (post-lumbar or post-spinal) puncture headache (PDPH) is one of the most common complications of diagnostic, therapeutic or inadvertent lumbar punctures.
Many drug options have been used to prevent headache in clinical practice and have also been tested in some clinical studies, but there are still some uncertainties about their clinical effectiveness. Comprehensive Review of Medicinal Marijuana, Cannabinoids, and Therapeutic Implications in Medicine and Headache: What a Long Strange Trip It's Been.
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Running a drug in over 15 minutes when that drug is ordered to go over 60 minutes can create toxicity in clients, due to excessive plasma levels of the drug. If the client only gets 15 minutes of the medication, then he or she will only get one-quarter of the prescribed dose. Headache is one of the most common reasons patients seek help from family physicians.
The estimated lifetime prevalence of headache is 66%: 14% to 16% for migraine, 46% to 78% for tension-type headache, and % to % for cluster headache. 1 – 3 In Canada, at least million adult women and nearly 1 million men experience migraine.
4 About 90% of migraine sufferers report moderate to Cited by: This type of therapy involves attention to the connections between thoughts (cognitions), beliefs, feelings, behavior, and pain. The therapist may assist the patient in developing positive coping thoughts to combat negative thinking and reduce emotional arousal.
For example, to counteract negative thoughts such as "Why me. What did I do wrong. Medication therapy management (MTM) providers should assess for any underlying conditions that may contribute to headache, and refer patients in whom a headache may be a symptom of a more serious problem (eg, severely elevated blood pressure).
Migraine is a chronic, episodic primary headache. It is thought to be a neurovascular pain syndrome with altered central neuronal processing (activation of brainstem nuclei, cortical hyperexcitability, and spreading cortical depression) and involvement of the trigeminovascular system (triggering neuropeptide release, which produces painful inflammation in cranial vessels and the dura mater.
Headache is the number one complaint that causes a patient to see a neurologist. Because headaches constitute such a large part of many clinicians practices, the United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties created an annually-administered headache subspecialty exam in Headache Medicine: Questions and Answers is the only question-and-answer book for the new.
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Relieving a Headache with Zone Therapy. In Chapter II of Zone Therapy: Or Relieving Pain at Home, the following technique is outlined for relieving a headache. “The next time you have a headache, instead of attempting to paralyze the nerves of sensation with an opiate, or a coal tar “pain-deadener,” push the headache out through the top of the head.
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Headache is a pain that arises from either the neck or head. Headaches are generally classified as being 1 of 3 types: migraine, tension, or cluster. These types can be subdivided further, and each type has defined treatment options. After having migraines which pushed me to the point of seizures inI read every headache book out there, and this one is truly the one worth reading (and following!).
Buccholz's plan--remove all triggers, then gradually add them back and monitor your load, while deleting caffeine and artificial sweeteners from your diet forever--works /5.
Drug addiction is a growing concern in the United States. People often use drugs as an outlet for their problems, although drug use creates its own problems over time. Drug addiction not only affects a person’s health and relationships, but also impacts society and the environment.
Acute drug therapy refers to the treatment of individual attacks of headache in patients with episodic and chronic TTH. Most headaches in patients with episodic TTH are mild to moderate, and the patients often can self‐manage using simple analgesics (paracetamol or aspirin) or non‐steroidal anti‐inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).Cited by: Yoga Therapy for Headache Relief contains extensive information on how to use yoga postures as an aid in healing, useful conventional and alternative treatments to supplement your practice, plus a variety of additional tips, techniques, and tools.
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