EUROPEAN PAIN FEDERATION

12th Congress of the European Pain Federation 2022

 

27-30 April 2022 Dublin
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  176-P THE EFFECT OF PREOPERATIVE ANXIETY ON THE LENGTH OF HOSPITAL STAY OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING ELECTIVE SURGERY Rianne van Boekel Received Received
  291-P INVOLVEMENT OF CD4 AND CD8 T-LYMPHOCYTES IN THE MODULATION OF NOCICEPTIVE PROCESSING EVOKED BY CCL4 IN MICE Sara González-Rodriguez Received Received
  292-P CLASSIFY ELDERLY PAIN SEVERITY FROM AUTOMATICALLY VIDEO CLIP FACIAL ACTION UNITS ANALYSIS IN THE TELEHEALTH PLATFORM ATIGORN SANGUANSRI Received Received
  299-P DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERPROFESSIONAL E-LEARNING TRAINING FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CHRONIC PAIN IN BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS: AN INTERVENTION MAPPING APPROACH Yal Slaghmuylder Received Received
  310-P CHRONIC OCULAR SURFACE PAIN: CAPTURING THE PATIENT JOURNEY Swapna Ganduri Received Received
  316-P PAIN PHENOMENON LIPOEDEMA Nadine Schuessler Received Received
  353-P IMPAIRED PAIN MODULATION IN CHRONIC INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISMS. A CASE-CONTROLLED STUDY DEMONSTRATING DECREASE NOXIOUS INHIBITORY CONTROLS Anne-Priscille Trouvin Received Received
  369-P DEVELOPMENT AND IMPACT OF AN EHEALTH INFORMATION AND SELF-MANAGEMENT RESOURCE FOR PEOPLE LIVING IN IRELAND WITH FIBROMYALGIA Joanne OBrien Received Received
  371-P OSTEOARTHRITIC PAIN AND MOOD ALTERATIONS IN ADULT AND OLD MICE: THE ROLE OF NEUROINFLAMMATION Giada Amodeo Received Received
  381-P FAMILIAR-LOOKING FACES INDUCE ANALGESIA Arianna Bagnis Received Received
  384-P SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF CHRONIC PAIN WITH SPINAL CORD STIMULATION IMPROVES MOOD ALTERATIONS AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN CHRONIC PAIN POPULATION Simona DAgnelli Received Received
  391-P SCREENING FOR NEUROPATHIC PAIN IN PATIENTS WITH POSSIBLE POLYNEUROPATHY A VALIDATION STUDY OF THREE DIFFERENT QUESTIONNAIRES Kristian Bernhard Nilsen Received Received
  392-P SHOULD EXERCISES BE PAINFUL OR NOT? EFFECTS ON CLINICAL PAIN IN SUBJECTS WITH ROTATOR CUFF-RELATED SHOULDER PAIN Mercè Balasch-Bernat Received Received
  424-P MILD WHOLE-BODY HYPERTHERMIA REDUCES PAIN INTENSITY IN PATIENTS WITH FIBROMYALGIA SYNDROME: A RANDOMISED SHAM-CONTROLLED TRIAL zlem znur Received Received
  434-P RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SLEEP, MOOD DISORDERS AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN TYPE-II DIABETIC PATIENTS WITH DIABETIC NEUROPATHIC PAIN USING STRUCTURAL EQUATIONS Alejandro Salazar Received Received
  438-P LONG-INTERVAL CORTICAL INHIBITION IN THE TIBIALIS REPRESENTATION AREA ON HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS Laura Sisnen Received Received
  462-P MIGRAINE WITH AN EXISTING EXPANSIVE CEREBRAL PROCESS TREATED WITH ACUPUNCTURE: A CASE REPORT Martin Tremski Received Received
  481-P FLUCTUATION-RELATED PAIN IN PARKINSONS DISEASE:LINKING SUBJECTIVE RATINGS WITH OBJECTIVE MOTOR SCORES OBTAINED THROUGH WRIST-WORN SENSOR Katarina Rukavina Received Received
  524-P FOLLOWING GUIDELINES FOR PERIOPERATIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT AFTER CAESAREAN SECTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH BETTER OUTCOMES: ANALYSIS OF REGISTRY DATA Ruth Zaslansky Received Received
  542-P MHEALTH FOR PAIN, DISABILITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN CHRONIC PAIN: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Jose A. Moral-Munoz Received Received
  546-P PROFILE OF PATIENTS WITH LOW BACK PAIN IN THE PAINREAPP PROJECT Jose A. Moral-Munoz Received Received
  549-P DYSFUNCTIONAL NEURONAL PAIN MODULATION THROUGH EXPERIENCED CONTROL IN FIBROMYALGIA PATIENTS Martin Diers Received Received
  586-P CHRONIC NEUROPATHIC C8 DISTRIBUTION PAIN MANAGEMENT SECONDARY TO POSTERIOR CERVICAL DECOMPRESSION AND FUSION WITH IATROGENIC INJURY Bernard Cohen Received Received
  633-P EFFECT OF A CANNABIS EXTRACT ON ACUTE PAIN AND ON ANALGESICS REQUIREMENTS: A DOUBLE-BLINDED, RANDOMIZED, 24 HOURS FOLLOW-UP STUDY Elyad Davidson Received Received
  643-P DO TREATMENT COSTS FOR CHRONIC PAIN PATIENTS CHANGE AFTER INTERDISCIPLINARY MULTIMODAL PAIN THERAPY? Johannes Dreiling Received Received
  649-P LOW BACK PAIN WITH PERSISTENT RADICULOPATHY: THE CLINICAL ROLE OF GENETIC VARIANTS IN THE GENES SOX5, CCDC26/GSDMC AND DCC Marie Udnesseter Lie Received Received
  667-P PRACTICABILITY OF USING ACTIVITY TRACKERS POSTOPERATIVELY IN EVERYDAY CLINICAL PRACTICE Marcus Komann Received Received
  669-P DIFFICULTY TIMES FOR FIBROMYALGIA PATIENTS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY Guilherme Antonio Moreira de Barros Received Received
  689-P ICF-BASED IMPAIRMENTS DUE TO PAIN AFTER MILD COVID INFECTION Indre Bileviciute-Ljungar Received Received
  707-P RECOVERY LIES IN CALMNESS: COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS RESULT IN LESS POST-OP PAIN Claudia Weinmann Received Received
  711-P PSYCHIATRIC COMORBIDITIES AND HYPERALGESIA IN CHRONIC PANCREATITIS PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT PAIN: PRIOR PAIN EXPERIENCE MATTERS Anna Phillips Received Received
  733-P LONG-TERM EDUCATION OF PATIENTS WITH HIP OR KNEE REPLACEMENT BY A MOBILE APP AND EFFECTS OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC Nadja Nestler Received Received
  782-P COLORS OF PAIN. THE ROLE OF PAIN MODALITY IN THE EFFECT OF COLORS ON PAIN PERCEPTION Karolina Wiercioch-Kuzianik Received Received
  791-P EFFECTIVENESS OF A MULTICOMPONENT TREATMENT BASED ON PAIN NEUROSCIENCE EDUCATION, THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE, COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY, AND MINDFULNESS IN PATIENTS WITH FIBROMYALGIA (FIBROWALK STUDY) Juan V. Luciano Received Received
  805-P DIAGNOSTIC TREATMENT LEVEL DISCREPANCIES IN PATIENTS WITH LUMBAR RADICULAR PAIN AND LUMBAR SPINE ANOMALIES Bart Liebrand Received Received
  855-P LUMBAR SYMPATHIC SYSTEM RADIOFREQUENCY Maria Alvarez Rodriguez Received Received
  879-P NERVE PATHOLOGY AND NEUROPATHIC PAIN AFTER WHIPLASH: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS Joel Fundaun Received Received
  911-P SPINE SURGERY INTENSITY DOES NOT ALWAYS PREDICT EXTENT OF OPIOID USE AFTER SURGERY Daniel Rhon Received Received
  928-P PAIN INHIBITION BY C-TACTILE TARGETED TOUCH Anne Maallo Received Received
  941-P THE USE OF SIMULATED LEARNING IN PAIN FELLOWSHIP TRAINING PROGRAMS Taylor Purvis Received Received
  942-P USE OF SUBLINGUAL BUPRENORPHINE WITH RAPID MICRODOSING INDUCTION: A PAIN MANAGEMENT CASE STUDY Taylor Elise Purvis Received Received
  943-P ONLINE RATINGS OF PAIN PHYSICIANS IN A REGIONAL UNITED STATES POPULATION Taylor Elise Purvis Received Received
  945-P EFFECT OF NON-SPECIFIC NECK PAIN ON THE FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NECK Martin Argus Received Received
  962-P Prevalence of known risk factors for developing opioid use disorder in a chronic non-cancer pain population exposed to long-term opioid therapy at a tertiary pain clinic in Sweden. A cross-sectional study 2018-2022 Henrik Grelz Received Received
  969-P THE PERIOPERATIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT BUNDLE IS FEASIBLE: RESULTS FROM A MULTI-CENTER CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY FROM THE PAIN OUT REGISTRY Ruth Zaslansky Received Received
  970-P ATTITUDES OF PHYSICIANS DEALING WITH PALLIATIVE CARE RELATED TO CONDUCTING AND MODIFYING ANALGESIC THERAPY Marcin Janecki Received Received
  982-P TOOTHACHE SPECIAL PAIN REQUIRES SPECIAL EVALUTION QUIPS PAIN REGISTRY UNDERWAY TO IDENTIFY IMPROVEMENT POTENTIAL Christin Arnold Received Received
  1007-P A QUALITATIVE STUDY TO ASSESS DRUG-RELATED PROBLEMS ORTHOPAEDIC PATIENTS EXPERIENCE DURING SIX WEEKS POST DISCHARGE EJ Melis Received Received
  1020-P PAIN PHENOTYPING USING BAYESIAN STATISTICS: A RELIABILITY STUDY Ariane Delgado-Sanchez Received Received
  1036-P CANCER PAIN MANAGEMENT María Alvarez Rodriguez Received Received
  1038-P THE SOCIAL BENEFIT STRESS TASK: INDUCING SOCIAL STRESS RESPONSE IN EHLERS-DANLOS SYNDROME AND HYPERMOBILITY SPECTRUM DISORDER PATIENTS Aimie Chiron Received Received
  1046-P THE INTEGRATED ADAPTIVE PHYSIOLOGICAL SYSTEM FOR REGULATION OF PAIN Sarah I Y Ahmed Received Received
  1067-P ALTERED MORPHOLOGY OF THE THORACOLUMBAR FASCIA IN THOSE WITH LOWER BACK PAIN: AN ULTRASOUND STUDY Claire Melanie Boucher Received Received
  1107-P PAIN DESCRIPTORS AND DETERMINANTS OF PAIN SENSITIVITY IN KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS: A COMMUNITY-BASED CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY Johanna Vriezekolk Received Received
  1125-P DTM SPINAL CORD STIMULATION (SCS) THERAPY: 12-MONTH RESULTS OF A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIAL Francesco Riillo Received Received
  1132-P LONG-TERM POSTOPERATIVE OPIOID USE IN ORTHOPAEDIC PATIENTS EJ Melis Received Received
  1133-P EMPOWERING PATIENTS WITH PERSISTENT PAIN THROUGH HEALTH LITERACY - THE EFIC PLAIN TALKING CAMPAIGN Stefanie Niland Received Received
  1144-P LESSONS LEARNED FROM ESTABLISHING A PRACTICE-BASED RESEARCH NETWORK OF PHYSIOTHERAPISTS TO SUPPORT CO-PRODUCED RESEARCH Connor Gleadhill Received Received
  1159-P HEALTHCARE PRIOROTIES IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC FACIAL PAIN OF TEMPROMANDIBULAR DISORDERS (TMD): A SERIES OF ONLINE FOCUS GROUPS Dina Taimeh Received Received
  1163-P A MODIFIED ENERGY DTM SCS DERIVATIVE THERAPY: PRIMARY ENDPOINT AND 3-MONTH OUTCOMES OF A PROSPECTIVE, MULTI-CENTER STUDY ON PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC BACK AND LEG PAIN Francesco Riillo Received Received
  1168-P THE EFFECT OF COMBINED ACTION OBSERVATION THERAPY AND ECCENTRIC EXERCISES IN THE TREATMENT OF MID-PORTION ACHILLES-TENDINOPATHY: A FEASIBILITY PILOT RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL Deirdre Ryan Received Received
  1172-P EFFECTS OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSISTENT PAIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS ON OUTCOME MEASURES IN A PRIMARY CARE SETTING A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Merja Huttunen Received Received
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