Pain Management And Surgery - PMS

Pain is described as distressing problem– Envy the acute pain can be a useful alert to diseases caused. Injury always lead to a chronic paining that has too much impact on the damage happened to the cells of the body. This journal provides possible guidance to pain management community to handle effective pain strategies.

Main concern about the acute pain transitioning to chronic pain, it is estimated that more than 85% of the population might experience back pain in their lives. Our Journal covers the scope topics that cover, but not limited to

Interventional procedures, Special pain syndromes, Pain management in oncology, Pharmacology and addiction/abuse of pain medication, Transition from acute to chronic pain, Adverse events and drug safety, Therapeutic options, New concepts and breakthroughs in pain control, Non-pharmacologic approaches, Physiology and mechanisms of pain, immunology, anesthesia, cardiovascular medicine, complementary medicine, dentistry and oral medicine, pathology, pharmacology and therapeutics, clinical medicine, experimental medicine, preventive medicine, social medicine and basic medical sciences, dermatology, respiratory medicine, rheumatology, medicine development and safety testing, drug legislation and safety

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