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  • Interventions for Atypical Facial Pain: A Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Guidelines [Internet] (2011)

    Atypical facial pain (AFP), also known as persistent idiopathic facial pain (PIFP), is a chronic disorder involving lancinating pain located in the craniofacial region that is not characteristic of common cranial neuralgia and that does not It has apparent cause. The purpose of this report was to review available published literature related to pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions for the treatment of atypical facial pain (AFP) in adults. View study

  • Long-term Nabilone Use: A Review of the Clinical Effectiveness and Safety [Internet] (2015)

    In this report we summarize the evidence of clinical efficacy and safety in the damages associated with the long-term use of nabilone in adults with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other chronic conditions. The results showed that nabilone appeared to be safe and effective for the treatment of nightmares related to post-traumatic stress disorder and for pain and spasticity for up to nine weeks of treatment. View study

  • Medical Cannabis in Residential Transition or Addiction Programs: A Review of Clinical and Cost-Effectiveness and Guidelines [Internet] (2017)

    Medical cannabis has many preparations and methods of administration that are used medically to treat a variety of chronic and acute conditions. The objective of this report is to review the clinical effectiveness, cost-effectiveness and evidence-based guidelines regarding the use of medical cannabis to treat adults with addiction in residential transition / addiction programs. View study

  • Medical cannabis use among patients with chronic pain in an interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation program: Characterization and treatment outcomes (2017)

    Cannabis is increasingly used in the treatment of chronic pain. The present investigation examines the clinical and treatment characteristics of patients admitted to an interdisciplinary 3-week chronic pain rehabilitation program. The results obtained provide preliminary evidence that patients with chronic pain who consume cannabis can benefit from an interdisciplinary chronic pain program. View study

  • Medical Cannabis Use Is Associated With Decreased Opiate Medication Use in a Retrospective Cross-Sectional Survey of Patients With Chronic Pain (2016)

    Opioids are commonly used to treat patients with chronic pain (PC), although there is little evidence that they are effective for long-term (PC) treatment. The present investigation focused on examining whether medicinal cannabis (PC) consumption changed individual patterns of opioid use. View study

  • Medical cannabis: considerations for the anesthesiologist and pain physician. (2016)

    This article aims to present new regulations along with one with a guide for the safe use of medicinal cannabis and recent clinical trials on cannabis and pain. It could be concluded that although cannabinoids work to decrease pain, there is still a need to confirm these beneficial effects clinically and to exploit them with acceptable benefit-to-risk ratios. View study

  • Medical Marijuana for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Guidelines [Internet] (2017)

    Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder that can occur after experiencing a traumatic, shocking or frightening event, such as injury, violence or death. The objective of this summary is to present clinical efficacy evidence for medical marijuana and synthetic cannabinoids in adult populations with posttraumatic stress disorder and to identify any evidence-based guidelines for this population. View study

  • Meta-analysis of cannabis based treatments for neuropathic and multiple sclerosis-related pain (2007)

    Cannabinoids are associated with a clinically remarkable and statistically significant depreciation of pain scores. The study that compared changes with respect to onset and effectiveness with respect to placebo was not clearly established. Also, the clinical significance of the observed effects was not clear. The included studies had small sample sizes and were of short-term treatment, and this should also be taken into account when interpreting the results. Given the limitations of the evidence presented, the reliability of the authors' conclusions is uncertain. View study

  • Nabilone for Non-chemotherapy Associated Nausea and Weight Loss due to Medical Conditions: A Review of the Clinical Effectiveness and Guidelines [Internet] (2014)

    This report will review the evidence of the medical effectiveness and safety of nabilone when used for the treatment of nausea and vomiting unrelated to chemotherapy and to control weight loss attributed to medical conditions. Nabilone is a synthetic cannabinoid analogue of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Nabilone has a therapeutic effect by acting as an agonist in the CB1 cannabinoid receptor, a receptor that plays a role in the regulation of nausea and vomiting, appetite, movement and pain. View study

  • Neuromodulators for pain management in rheumatoid arthritis (2012)

    This research focused on the study of the efficacy and safety of neuromodulators in the treatment of pain in patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). According to the results obtained in this research, it could be concluded that there is weak evidence that oral nefopam, topical capsaicin and oromucosal cannabis are all superior to placebo in reducing pain in patients with RA. Confidence in our estimates is not strong given the difficulties with blinding, the small number of participants evaluated and the lack of adverse event data. In some patients, however, even a small degree of pain relief can be considered valuable. It is advisable to carry out future research and obtain more information about it. View study

  • Oxycodone for neuropathic pain and fibromyalgia in adults. (2014)

    This review is part of a series of medications used to treat neuropathic pain and fibromyalgia. It is estimated that these conditions affect 3 to 10% of adults and are difficult to treat. Although they probably have different etiologies, neuropathic pain and fibromyalgia can respond to the same therapies. The purpose of this research was to evaluate the analgesic efficacy and adverse events of oxycodone for chronic neuropathic pain and fibromyalgia. View study

  • Primary Care Behavioral Interventions to Prevent or Reduce Illicit Drug and Nonmedical Pharmaceutical Use in Children and Adolescents: A Systematic Evidence Review for the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force [Internet] (2014)

    The present research was based on the systematic study of the evidence on the benefits and harms of important interventions for primary care designed to reduce the use of illicit drugs or the non-medical use of prescription drugs in children and adolescents. View study