Soc Rev Esp Pain. 2016; 23(1): 6-15
This article published in 2016, I find it very interesting in terms of the assessment of breakthrough pain (A) in 50 patients: 23 oncological and 27 chronic benign pain observing the great interindividual variability as both intrapatient exists as to the characteristics of the DI: type of pain, intensity and duration of each episode; situation that often see in our daily clinical practice.
Starting from the premise that pain is a symptom and changing and evolving, that is why, treatment should be dynamic, I seem very successful using a journal where the patient and their family environment,es, can actively participate; since for the successful treatment of DI it is essential to good health education to improve compliance and minimize potential adverse effects.
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