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  • Management of chronic central neuropathic pain following traumatic spinal cord injury:

    • (2003). Management of chronic central neuropathic pain following traumatic spinal cord injury: executive summary of evidence report/technology assessment: number 45. J Pain Palliat Care Pharmacother. 17: 99-109. The Executive summary of the federal report on available evidence for management of chronic central neuropathic pain following traumatic spinal cord injury is presented. This report is one in a series of technology assessment monographs commissioned by the Department of Health and Human Services to define current state of the art in important health care issues. A comprehensive literature search led to conclusions about the diagnosis, assessment and natural history of central neuropathic pain. The report documents a dearth of evidence on pharmacological therapy and addresses available evidence on central nervous system stimulation and lesioning.

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    Do you have any experience with ketamine infusion to reduce neuropathic pain and lower use of Duragesic?

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