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Published May 9, 2015

Xiaofeng Shen  

Abstract

Patients haunted by pain, acute or chronic, always bear tremendous pressure from spiritual and psychological respects. While the analgesic techniques available currently to certain extent are effective in alleviating pain, which is mainly to acute pathologic condition, it is challenged for its role in many sensitive patients with relatively lower threshold of pain manifesting limited effects treated with analgesic drugs espe-cially when the pain develop into chronicity. Psychological ma-neuver designed with strategic procedures displayed interest-ing effect in managing pain. Although different types of psycho-logical interventions have been found producing distinct results in pain relief under various clinical environments, the clinical value of psychological interventions in the postoperative condition is still not clear. Some suggestion and recommenda-tion have been presented by researchers on this topic, but how to optimize these means through balancing the pros and cons of these methods needs to be weighed carefully upon clinical situations. In this review, we discussed the development of psychological pain therapy and raised our concerns about its administration in the clinical environments on the bases of the currently psychological models.

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Keywords

Psychology, Surgery, Pain therapy, Eligibility, Outcomes

Supporting Agencies

This work is supported by the BASE Foundation from The Bonoi Academy of Science and Education (BASE2013002B).

National Natural Scientific Foundation of China (81271242, 81371248)

Nanjing Outstanding Young Scientists Grant (JQX12009).

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How to Cite
Shen, X. (2015). Should the Psychological Regimens Be Introduced into Clinical Pain Control in the Context of Postoperation?. Science Insights, 12(2), 406-410. https://doi.org/10.15354/si.15.re021
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Review