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e-Book Cholecystokinin and Its Antagonists in Pain Management (Haworth Series in Clinical Pain and Symptom Palliation) epub download

Author: Gary McCleane
ISBN: 078902893X
Pages: 145 pages
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (June 24, 2006)
Language: English
Category: Medicine
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e-Book Cholecystokinin and Its Antagonists in Pain Management (Haworth Series in Clinical Pain and Symptom Palliation) epub download

by Gary McCleane



Examine the strong evidence of this unrealized pain management toolCholecystokinin (CCK), the .

CCK antagonists in conjunction with opioids are beginning to be seen as having possible major therapeutic benefits in pain management. Cholecystokinin and Its Antagonists in Pain Management is an extensive examination that gathers the mounting compelling evidence into one comprehensive source.

Cholecystokinin (CCK) is a peptide widely distributed in the central nervous system. Part of the Topics in Anaesthesia and Critical Care book series (TIACC)

Cholecystokinin (CCK) is a peptide widely distributed in the central nervous system  . Part of the Topics in Anaesthesia and Critical Care book series (TIACC). Cholecystokinin (CCK) is a peptide widely distributed in the central nervous system. Since its characterization in the porcine intestine, evidence has accumulated that it plays an essential role in several brain functions such as nociception, anxiety, memory, sleep and dopamine modulation.

Описание: Cholecystokinin (CCK), the regulatory peptide hormone found .

Haworth series in clinical pain and symptom palliation. Introduction Opioids in pain management Cholecystokinin Cholecystokinin as a gut peptide Cholecystokinin as a central nervous system peptide Central effect of cholecystokinin Factors that increase central cholecystokinin representation Cholecystokinin as an antiopioid peptide Cholecystokinin receptor antagonists Do cholecystokinin antagonists influence opioid-derived antinociception? Do CCK antagonists reduce tolerance to the antinociceptive effects of opioids? Is the combination of opioids and CCK antagonists safe?

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Clinical Pain and Symptom Palliation that likely go. into much greater detail on psychological and spiritual. issues and nonpharmacological management of pain. Drugs Aging 2003;20:23-57. 4. Auret K, Schug S. Underutilisation of opioids in elderly with.

Published May 16, 2006 by Haworth Medical Press. There is little merit in considering the treatment of pain in elderly patients unless it differs from that used in younger patients.

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Examine the strong evidence of this unrealized pain management .

book by Gary McCleane. CCK antagonists in conjunction with opioids are beginning to be seen as having possible major therapeutic benefits in pain management. This is not a book devoted to opioids and non-steroidals, although they are addressed. Psychosocial Factors in Pain Management of the Older Patient (Edmund J. Burke). Age Differences in Prevalence Rates of Chronic Pain. The Nature of Pain States. Physical Differences in Pain Perception. Sociocultural Factors in the Experience and Report of Pain in Older Patients. Emotional and Psychological Factors Influencing Pain Experience. Practical Issues in the Assessment and Treatment of the Elderly Pain Patient.

Examine the strong evidence of this unrealized pain management toolCholecystokinin (CCK), the regulatory peptide hormone found primarily in the gastrointestinal tract that works as a neurotransmitter throughout the nervous system, has been researched for years. CCK antagonists in conjunction with opioids are beginning to be seen as having possible major therapeutic benefits in pain management. Cholecystokinin and Its Antagonists in Pain Management is an extensive examination that gathers the mounting compelling evidence into one comprehensive source. Here researchers, neuroscientists, physicians, and pharmacy professionals are given the research and findings they need to explore the possible applications of CCK antagonists for a variety of illnesses.Cholecystokinin and Its Antagonists in Pain Management extensively describes opioids in pain management, CCK and the body’s uses for the chemical, CCK receptor antagonists, and the evidence that points to its being a possible breakthrough application in pain management. Various animal studies are offered that present a convincing view of what may be the future of chronic pain management, with less side effects and a reduction in analgesic tolerance than when opioids are used alone. Potential uses of CCK antagonists are clearly discussed. The book is comprehensively referenced and provides several tables and graphs to fully illustrate the research findings.Topics in Cholecystokinin and Its Antagonists in Pain Management include: in vivo localization of CCK CCK as a gut and nervous system peptide factors that increase CCK anti-opioid effects CCK receptor antagonists pro-analgesic effect of CCK antagonists CCK antagonists reducing analgesic tolerance to opioids safety of combining opioids and CCK antagonists human clinical application of CCK antagonistsCholecystokinin and Its Antagonists in Pain Management is a crucial source of the latest information and re on CCK that is certain to be important for neuroscientists, clinicians, and pharmaceutical industry professionals.