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Tiffany L Kessler

Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, College of Pharmacy, Weatherford, Oklahoma, United States

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tiffany.kessler@swosu.edu

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  • Illustration showing the path of pain and its inhibition at the level of the neurons of the spinal cord

    Treatments for neuropathic painSubscription

    CP December 2017, Vol 9, No 12Comments (1)

    Abstract: Neuropathic pain (NP) is a common condition characterised by subjective negative and positive symptoms that range from numbness to debilitating pain. NP can have a significant negative impact on a patient’s quality of life. Pharmacotherapy is typically the first step in treating NP. Guidelines and consensus statements from various organisations around the world appear to be consistent with the classes of medications recommended for both general and specific types of NP, which includ

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