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Synonyms for pain

Synonyms for pain

a sensation of physical discomfort occurring as the result of disease or injury

one that makes another totally miserable by causing sharp pain and irritation


to cause suffering or painful sorrow to

to have or cause a feeling of physical pain or discomfort

Synonyms for pain

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Beijing, China) based on the wavelet algorithm, which has been previously used for analyzing brain waves,[sup][8] the repeatable and regular changes when pain present was extracted from brain waves as the characteristic indicator of subjective pain.
Subjective pain and physical fitness in female osteoarthritis patients treated with magnetotherapy and kinesitherapy.
In the fully alert and orientated patient, the neck should be assessed for subjective pain, range of movement and a thorough neurological examination should be performed.
The subjective pain reduction was similar in all groups, and even slightly better in the elderly, he said.
Objective and subjective pain assessment methods are used in postoperative pain assessment.
Decreased noise, less sense of vibration and lowered subjective pain, combined with proficient clinical skills, correct ultrasonic technique and an appropriate ultrasonic device, may increase patient compliance, therefore restoring soft tissues to health and maintaining an inactive state of disease.
Forty-eight of the sixty-two respondents (77%) recorded the subjective pain referral pattern as stated by the patient at each visit.
Subjects: To be enrolled, potential subjects had to be at least 50 years of age and have one to three recent, painful vertebral compression fracture at levels T4 to L5 occurring within the previous 12 months and confirmed with a physical examination and radiographic imaging, tried medical therapy for pain, current subjective pain rating of at least 3 on a 0-10 scale (10 being highest), and a confirmed diagnosis of osteoporosis or osteopenia.
The subjective pain scores (arbitrary units) were significantly higher in the 'down' group on days 1 (6.
Key words: Local refrigeration, venipuncture, physiologic pain responses, behavioural pain responses, subjective pain responses, school-age children
We look at not only subjective pain relief, but also how much of the narcotic and other medication they were able to cut back on, how they slept, and how they performed activities of daily living," he said.
Primary consequent stimuli listed in the upper right portion of Table 2 consist of reducing subjective pain perception and reducing tissue damage and irritation.
Overmedication came about when the patient's volatile, migrating subjective pain perceptions were met with a practically unlimited number of specific solutions in the drug cabinet.
5 g collagen and other matrix components, including glucosamine daily for four months, resulted in a marked alleviation of subjective pain assessed by the face scale.
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