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Pain Relief: From Analgesics to Alternative Therapies

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Pain Relief: From Analgesics to Alternative Therapies
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535131885
Number of pages: 360

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Pain alleviation is a human right and everybody feeling pain should be helped for its relief. This book comprises many aspects of pain treatment and the drugs involved in it. From old analgesics with new mechanisms of action for pain alleviation to analgesics potential for diminishing oxidative stress; from pharmacological therapies to electrical ones, going through alternative medicine; and from pain treatment in dentistry to chronic pain therapies, also boarding the treatment of migraine, different experts share their knowledge on the topic.

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