Procaine

Publication Title: 
The New England Journal of Medicine
Author(s): 
Schneider, E. L.
Reed, J. D.
Publication Title: 
World Medical Journal
Author(s): 
Kelly, M.
Publication Title: 
Laryngologie, Rhinologie, Otologie

Conservative therapy of tinnitus presents a theme that is controversial, since the usefulness of almost all the proposed treatments is rarely based on scientific-experimental evidence. The blocking of the stellate ganglion, electric stimulation of the cochlea and the anaesthesia of the plexus tympanicus belong to the domain of surgical treatment methods of tinnitus. Drug therapy is the mainstay of treatment; our own measures are demonstrated.

Author(s): 
Naujoks, J.
Lotter, E.
Publication Title: 
The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis

During a demonstration of hypnotically induced anesthesia and following a suggestion for a Novocain-like numbness, a totally unanticipated and dramatic swelling of 1 cheek appeared. The participant had forgotten to inform the psychologist that she had experienced the identical reaction to Novocain when she received an injection a few weeks earlier. The swelling was quickly removed by a countersuggestion based upon a simulated injection of the antidote previously administered by the dentist.

Author(s): 
Guttman, Kenneth
Ball, Thomas S.
Publication Title: 
The Orthopedic Clinics of North America

The rheumatoid shoulder is a frequent manifestation in the rheumatoid patient. Most of the symptoms are of a mild to moderate degree and can usually be ameliorated by heat, massage, and gently exercise. Local injection therapy may be of value in selected cases. Strenuous exercise or manipulation is contraindicated. Tendon ruptures and rotator cuff tears are not amenable to surgical reconstruction and are adequately treated with a conservative regimen. Prophylactic synovectomy is not performed as a routine, because the majority of patients do not develop disabling symptoms.

Author(s): 
Sbarbaro, J. L.
Publication Title: 
Zeitschrift Für Ärztliche Fortbildung

The treatment of chronic pain consists of four basic concepts: Drugs (analgetic drugs, TAD, etc.), treatment by physicians (chiropraxis, massage, TENS, etc.), injection with local anesthetics and autosuggestion. Necessary for diagnosis and treatment of chronical pain is the knowledge of pathophysiology and anatomy of nerves, ligaments, muscles and the sympathetic nervous system. Diagnosis of chronical pain rarely includes roentgenograms or other technical procedures, mainly to exclude tumors, fractures or specific infections.

Author(s): 
Klaus, E.
Publication Title: 
Chinese Medical Journal
Author(s): 
Huang, H.
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