Mechanisms of pain...URGENT

Dan Levy dlevy at acs.ucalgary.ca
Mon Jun 3 16:21:57 EST 1996


Vitor Colaco wrote:
> 
> Vitor Colaco (fermanag at student) wrote:
> 
>   I'm a 2nd year Phisics student making a work about pain, it's
>  physical mechanisms and methods of control.
>   However I'm having some problem about getting some articles or books for
>  supporting my work.
>   I would appreciate if someone could direct me to some material that I
>  could use or even help me in the construction of it...
> 
>   The structure is something like this:
> 
>   - Introduction
> 
>   - Mechanisms of pain; Physical alterations created by pain.
> 
>   - Body reaction to pain.
> 
>   - The control of pain: Anesthesics
> 
>   - Other forms of control: Meditation; Uncouncious modifiers.
> 
>   - Pain stimulators, chemical or psycological
> 
>   - Sensorial overload as a pain trigger
> 
>   - Conclusion
> 
>  TIA
> 
>  Vitor C.


Well Your best shot in my opinion is of course " Textbook of Pain" by Wall & Melzack. It's got almost anything 
you need to know about pain.
Dan Levy
Dlevy at acs.ucalgary.ca



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