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The Impact of Pain Invisibility on Patient-Centered Care and Empathetic Attitude in Chronic Pain Management
Paul-Savoie E, et al. Pain Res Manag 2018. Among authors: Bourgault P. PMID 30344801 Free PMC article.
RESULTS: The results show that caregivers have demonstrated an intraindividual variability: PCC and empathetic behaviours of the participants were significantly higher for patients who have visible signs of pain (rheumatoid arthritis and complex regional pain syndrome) than for those who have no visible signs (Ehler-Danlos syndrome and fibromyalgia) (p < 0.001). ...
RESULTS: The results show that caregivers have demonstrated an intraindividual variability: PCC and empathetic behaviours of the participant …
The Effectiveness of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation as an Add-on Modality to Graded Motor Imagery for Treatment of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: A Randomized Proof of Concept Study
Lagueux É, et al. Clin J Pain 2018 - Clinical Trial. Among authors: Bourgault P. PMID 28654557
Although we observed significant group differences in kinesiophobia (P=0.012), pain catastrophizing (P=0.049), and anxiety (P=0.046) at T1, these improvements were not maintained at T2 and did not reached a clinically significant difference. ...
Although we observed significant group differences in kinesiophobia (P=0.012), pain catastrophizing (P=0.049), and anxiety ( …
Intervention focused on the patient and family for better postoperative pain relief
Grondin F, et al. Pain Manag Nurs 2014. Among authors: Bourgault P. PMID 24602427
The results show that EG members experienced less intense pain on postoperative days 2 (2.75 vs. 5.14; p = .001) and 4 (2.17 vs. 4.00; p = .01). EG members reported less anxiety (29.50 vs. 37.00; p = .041). EG members used significantly fewer negative pain-coping strategies, such as ignorance and dramatization. ...
The results show that EG members experienced less intense pain on postoperative days 2 (2.75 vs. 5.14; p = .001) and 4 (2.17 vs. 4.00 …
An exploratory study of the bilateral bispectral index for pain detection in traumatic-brain-injured patients with altered level of consciousness
Arbour C, et al. J Neurosci Nurs 2015. Among authors: Bourgault P. PMID 25943998
Interestingly, increases in BIS-R were more pronounced in participants with left-sided TBI (+17.23%, p = .021) than those with right-sided TBI (+3.01%). BIS-R fluctuations in participants with left-sided TBI were also positively correlated (r(s) = .986, p ≤ .001) with the frequency of pain behaviors observed during turning. ...
Interestingly, increases in BIS-R were more pronounced in participants with left-sided TBI (+17.23%, p = .021) than those with right- …
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