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Medication
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The Pain Beat (Episode 1) – Pain Targets: Molecules? Cells? Circuits? Systems?

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Health professional

The Pain Beat brings together the world’s leading pain investigators to spark dialogue and debate around important ideas in pain research. The episode 1 is around the questions: "What biological levels should be targeted to produce the most effective pain therapies: molecules, cells, circuits, or systems?"

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Pain Research Forum.2020.The Pain Beat (Episode 1) – Pain Targets: Molecules? Cells? Circuits? Systems?
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/07
Medication
Durée : 00:39:27

The Pain Beat (Episode 2) – Optogenetics and Chemogenetics for Pain Treatment: How Feasible Are They? How Effective Could They Be?

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Health professional

The Pain Beat brings together the world’s leading pain investigators in order to spark dialogue and debate around important ideas in pain research. The episode 2 is around the questions: "Are optogenetics and chemogenetics feasible approaches to pain treatment and, if so, how effective they might be."

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Pain Research Forum.2020.The Pain Beat (Episode 2) – Optogenetics and Chemogenetics for Pain Treatment: How Feasible Are They? How Effective Could They Be?
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/07
Pain education
Durée : 00:20:00

TAPMI: Toronto Academic Pain Medicine Institute

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Patient

This website is useful both for patients, caregivers and health professionals who can learn information on persistent pain.

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Collaborateur du "Toronto Academic Pain Medicine Institute".TAPMI: Toronto Academic Pain Medicine Institute
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur Erwan Leclair, 2020/11/21
Pain education
Durée : 00:30:00

Fibromyalgia: the Real Picture

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Patient

Complete document on what fibromyalgia is as well as several treatment approaches and tips to better manage it, also including a list of resources.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : 2012
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/15
Pain education
Durée : 00:30:00

What is pain?

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Patient

This resource helps to better understand pain in general, and more specifically addresses arthritis pain. It provides an overview of the main causes of arthritis pain, the main elements that can amplify this pain. It also presents some non-pharmacological strategies that can help in the management of arthritis pain, as well as a guide to the main analgesics used to treat arthritis pain.

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Collaborateurs de la société d'arthrite
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/06
Pain education
Durée : 00:30:00

A Quick Guide to Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

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Patient

Well-done and interesting resource for healthcare professionals on Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Chédeville, Gaëlle.2011
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/13
Pain education
Durée : 00:04:00

Maintaining your Quality of Life after a Diagnosis of Inflammatory Arthritis is Possible!

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Patient

Ms. Johanne Beaudoin, physiotherapist assigned to the rheumatology team of the CISSS du Bas-Saint-Laurent, presents in this article some characteristics of inflammatory arthritis and explains the role that physiotherapy can play for people who have it. .

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Beaudoin, Johanne.2019
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:05:00

How to Treat Osteoarthritis?

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Patient

This succinct and clear dossier of Passeport santé covers the management of osteoarthritis.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Solano, Catherine.2017
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/18
Pain education
Durée : 00:05:00

Migraine with Aura, Contraception and Stroke

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Patient

Document in the form of a question-answer between a patient and a doctor about migraine with aura and effects of hormones.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Leroux.2014
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/16
Pain education
Durée : 00:07:00

Understanding, Assessing and Managing Pain in Older Adults EP01

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Patient

Pain is a very real problem that affects the elderly. Despite several conceptions conveyed, pain is common, and it is important to treat it, even if the patient is not able to express it clearly. There are several safe and effective drug options.

  • Language : English
  • Reference : "Susan Tupper and collaborators at the Pain Strategy and Research division of Saskatoon Health Region "
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/21
Pain education
Durée : 00:06:00

Shingles and postherpetic neuralgia

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Patient

Résumé sur la névralgie post herpétique. Attention, le langage est parfois complexe.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Montgomery, Lori
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/09
Pain education
Durée : 01:26:00

Focus on Chronic Pain

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Patient, Caregiver

A brief portrait showing persistent pain in numbers. The physical, psychological, social and economic consequences, both for the person who suffers from it, for those around him and for society, are discussed. The main pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments are discussed, and possible solutions are put forward to help and support people to live better with chronic pain.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : 2009
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/05
Pain education
Durée : 00:05:00

Fibromyalgia or general pain

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Patient

Very succinct fibromyalgia resource. The causes, signs and symptoms are presented as well as the treatment approaches.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Montgomery, Lori
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/09
Pain education
Durée : 00:07:00

Analgesia in self-control

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Patient

Pain relief is very important after your operation. It will help you get well. Want to know more about self-control analgesia, its benefits and possible side effects?

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.L’analgésie en autocontrôle
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/15
Pain education
Durée : 00:00:00

Clinical Symptoms of Fibromyalgia

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Health professional

This fibromyalgia resource provides its definition, epidemiology, and diagnostic guidelines. It also presents guidelines for the treatment and management of fibromyalgia as well as useful tools and references.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Carruthers, Bruce Van de Sande, Marjorie I..2010.Symptômes cliniques de la fibromyalgie
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur Erwan Leclair, 2020/11/15
Pain education
Durée : 00:10:00

Chronic Pain

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Patient

This text intended for the general public is accessible via a website. It first discusses the definition of persistent pain, its main symptoms and its diagnosis. Then the main treatments are presented and briefly discussed: drugs, physical methods and psychotherapy. There is also a slightly more complex version, intended for healthcare professionals.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Watson, James C..2018
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/16
Pain education
Durée : 00:07:00

Epidural analgesia

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Patient

Good pain relief after your operation is very important. It will help you get well. Want to know more about epidural analgesia, its benefits and possible side effects?

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.L’analgésie épidurale
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/15
Pain education
Durée : 00:07:00

Epidural analgesia

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Patient

Good pain relief after your operation is very important. It will help you get well. Want to know more about epidural analgesia, its benefits and possible side effects?

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal .L’analgésie épidurale
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/16
Pain education
Durée : 00:05:00

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

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Patient

Your doctor has prescribed nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for you. This treatment is used to relieve pain as well as reduce fever and inflammation.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Les anti-inflammatoires non stéroïdiens
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/16
Pain education
Durée : 00:06:00

Opiates for pain relief after surgery

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Patient

Pain relief is very important after your operation. It will help you get well. Want to learn more about taking opioids in hospital, its benefits and possible side effects?

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Les opiacés pour soulager la douleur après une opération
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/16
Pain education
Durée : 00:06:00

Antidepressants for pain relief

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Patient

Your doctor has prescribed a tricyclic antidepressant for you. This treatment aims to relieve pain caused, among other things, by a damaged nerve.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Antidépresseurs pour soulager la douleur
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/16
Pain education
Durée : 00:06:00

Paravertebral block

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Patient

Your doctor has told you about “paravertebral block”. The purpose of this treatment is to treat your pain. How? 'Or' What ? By injecting pain medication, pain reliever, into your back.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Le bloc paravertébral
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/16
Pain education
Durée : 00:06:00

The veinous block

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Patient

You have pain in one of your limbs. This is why your doctor has offered you a treatment called "venous block". This sheet explains what this treatment is and how to prepare.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Le bloc veineux
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:07:00

Buprenorphine (with naloxone) for pain relief

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Patient

Your doctor has prescribed a medicine called Suboxone for pain relief. It is an opioid. Here is some useful information on how to take this medicine safely.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.La buprénorphine(avec naloxone) pour soulager la douleur
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:06:00

Cannabinoids for pain relief

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Patient

Your doctor has prescribed a cannabinoid, a medicine derived from cannabis. It is used to treat chronic pain. Cannabinoids work on certain natural receptors in the body to provide pain relief.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Les cannabinoïdes pour soulager la douleur
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:05:00

Gabapentinoids for pain relief

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Patient

Your doctor has prescribed gabapentinoids for you. The goal of treatment is to relieve pain caused, among other things, by a damaged nerve (eg, burning sensation or electric shock, stitches).

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Les gabapentinoïdesPour soulager la douleur
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:06:00

Methadone for pain relief

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Patient

Your doctor has prescribed methadone for you. This medication is a long-acting opioid used to treat persistent pain.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.La méthadone pour soulager la douleur
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:06:00

Long-acting opioids for pain relief

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Patient

Your doctor has prescribed long-acting opioids for pain relief. They are also called opiates. Learn more.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Les opioïdes à action prolongée pour soulager la douleur
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:07:00

Fast-acting opioids for pain relief

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Patient

Fast-acting opioids have been prescribed for you by your doctor to relieve chronic pain or severe pain associated with trauma or surgery. They are also called opiates.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Les opioïdes à action rapide pour soulager la douleur
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:05:00

Pamidronate for pain relief

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Patient

Your doctor has prescribed medicine for you to help relieve your chronic pain. This sheet describes what it consists of.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Le pamidronate pour soulager la douleur
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:05:00

Ketamine infusion, one way to deal with your pain

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Patient

You are in a lot of pain because of your pain. This is why your doctor has given you an infusion of ketamine and midazolam.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.La perfusion de kétamine, une façon d’agir sur votre douleur
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:05:00

Why you should slowly wean yourself off opioids

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Patient

You are going to stop taking opioids, but you have been told to do so gradually. This sheet explains why and how this weaning takes place.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Pourquoi il faut se sevrer lentement des opioïdes
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:06:00

Lumbar epidural, one way to deal with your pain

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Patient

Your doctor has told you about the lumbar epidural. The purpose of this treatment is to reduce the pain you have in your back and / or legs. A lumbar epidural is an injection given to the lower back. This treatment is also called an "epidural".

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.La péridurale lombaire, une façon d’agir sur votre douleur
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:05:00

Treating back pain with injections: pleurolysis

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Patient

Your doctor suggested this procedure to relieve your back pain. This sheet explains how it works, how to prepare for it and what to do next.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Traiter une douleur dans le dos par des injections: l’épidurolyse
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:06:00

Tramadol for pain relief

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Patient

Your doctor has prescribed tramadol for pain relief. It is an opioid pain reliever that is similar to an antidepressant. It is used to treat mild to moderate pain.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Le tramadol pour soulager la douleur
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:55:25

Pain Medication Myths and FAQs - Pharmacists' Perspective

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Patient

Pharmacists Dr Thuy Nguyen and Dr Marylene Kyriazis answer frequent and interesting questions about pain medications.

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Pain Waves.2013.Pain Medication Myths and FAQs - Pharmacists' Perspective
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/15
Pain education
Durée : 00:05:00

Treating opioid addiction with a drug, buprenorphine / naloxone

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Patient

Your doctor has told you about or prescribed buprenorphine / naloxone (Suboxone or other). This sheet explains how the treatment works, how to take it and the conditions for obtaining it.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Traiter une dépendance aux opioïdes par un médicament, la buprénorphine/naloxone
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:06:00

Treating opioid addiction with a drug, methadone

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Patient

Your doctor has told you about or prescribed methadone. This sheet explains how the treatment works, how to take it and what conditions must be met to obtain it.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : CHU Montréal.Traiter une dépendance aux opioïdes par un médicament, la méthadone
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/17
Pain education
Durée : 01:30:00

Pediatric Pain: The Basics

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Caregiver, Health professional

This pocket guide is intended for any caregiver caring for a sick or injured child. The reader will find in this guide the recommendations of the Pediadol group to relieve or prevent pain.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Pédiadol.2015.Douleur de l’enfant : L’essentiel
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/23
Pain education
Durée : 01:22:14

Pharmacology of chronic pain with Philippe de Grandpré

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Patient

In this episode of Parle-moi de santé, pharmacist Philippe De Grandpré talks about the role of medication in the management of chronic pain, the risks of opioids and the effect of cannabis on pain.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Parle moi de santé - Le podcast.2021.Pharmacologie des douleurs chroniques avec Philippe de Grandpré
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/05/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:53:02

Over the Counter (OTC) Painkillers & Nutraceuticals - Get the Facts!

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Patient

This recording is about over the counter painkillers such as Tylenol and Non-steroidal anti-inflammatories like Ibuprofen, as well as various nutraceuticals (foods containing health-giving additives and medicinal benefits) with our guest Shabita Teja. It also focuses on the role your pharmacist can take in helping you manage chronic pain. 

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Pain Waves.2016.Over the Counter (OTC) Painkillers & Nutraceuticals - Get the Facts!
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/15
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