Guidelines on Management of Cancer Pain:  Bibliography

American Society of Anesthesiologists


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2. Aguilar JL, Montes A, Samper D, Roca G, Vidal F: Interpleural analgesia through a DuPen catheter for lung cancer pain. Cancer 70:2621-2623, 1992


3. Ahlgren FI, Ahlgren MB: Epidural administration of opiates by a new device. Pain 31:353-357, 1987


4. Ali NM, Hanna N, Hoffman JS: Percutaneous epidural catheterization for intractable pain in terminal cancer patients. Gynecologic Oncology 32:22-25, 1989


5. Ali NM, Hoffman JS: Tolerance during long-term administration of intrathecal morphine. Connecticut Medicine 53:266-268, 1989


6. Allum WH, Mack P, Priestman TJ, Fielding JW: Radiotherapy for pain relief in locally recurrent colorectal cancer. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 69:220-221, 1987


7. Amano K, Kawamura H, Tanikawa T, Kawabatake H, Iseki H, Iwata Y: Bilateral versus unilateral percutaneous high cervical cordotomy as a surgical method of pain relief. Acta Neurochirurgica - Supplementum 52:143-145, 1991


8. Andersen HB, Kjaergard J, Eriksen J: Subcutaneously implanted injection system for epidural administration. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica 30:473-476, 1986


9. Andersen PE, Cohen JI, Everts EC, Bedder MD, Burchiel KJ: Intrathecal narcotics for relief of pain from head and neck cancer. Archives of Otolaryngology -- Head & Neck Surgery 117:1277-1280, 1991


10. Arbit E, Galicich JH, Burt M, Mallya K: Modified open thoracic rhizotomy for treatment of intractable chest wall pain of malignant etiology. Ann Thorac Surg 48:820-823, 1989


11. Arner S, Arner B: Differential effects of epidural morphine in the treatment of cancer-related pain. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica 29:32-36, 1985


12. Ashburn MA, Fine PG, Stanley TH: Oral transmucosal fentanyl citrate for the treatment of breakthrough cancer pain: a case report. Anesthesiology 71:615-617, 1989


13. Ashby MA, Fleming BG, Brooksbank M, Rounsefell B, Runciman WB, Muirden N, Smith M: Description of a mechanistic approach to pain management in advanced cancer. Preliminary report. Pain 51:153-161, 1992


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18. Barber J: Hypnosis as a psychological technique in the management of cancer pain. Cancer Nursing 1:361-363, 1978


19. Barkwell DP: Ascribed meaning: a critical factor in coping and pain attenuation in patients with cancer-related pain. Journal of Palliative Care 7:5-14, 1991


20. Batzdorf U, Brechner VL: Management of pain associated with the pancoaste syndrome. American Journal of Surgery 137:638-646, 1979


21. Baumann TJ, Batenhorst RL, Graves DA, Foster TS, Bennett RL: Patient-controlled analgesia in the terminally ill cancer patient. Drug Intelligence & Clinical Pharmacy 20:297-301, 1986


22. Bedder MD, Burchiel K, Larson A: Cost analysis of two implantable narcotic delivery systems. Journal Of Pain And Symptom Management 6:368-373, 1991


23. Bengtsson M, Lofstrom JB: Nerve block in pancreatic pain. Acta Chirurgica Scandinavica 156:285-291, 1990


24. Benson RC, Jr., Hasan SM, Jones AG, Schlise S: External beam radiotherapy for palliation of pain from metastatic carcinoma of the prostate. Journal of Urology 127:69-71, 1982


25. Benzon HT: Convulsions secondary to intravascular phenol: a hazard of celiac plexus block. Anesthesia and Analgesia 58:150-151, 1979


26. Berde CB, Fischel N, Filardi JP, Coe CS, Grier HE, Bernstein SC: Caudal epidural morphine analgesia for an infant with advanced neuroblastoma: report of a case. Pain 36:219-223, 1989


27. Bigler D, Christensen CB, Eriksen J, Jensen NH: Morphine, morphine-6-glucuronide and morphine-3-glucuronide concentrations in plasma and cerebrospinal fluid during long-term high-dose intrathecal morphine administration. Pain 41:15-18, 1990


28. Birnbaum PL, Mercer CD: Laser fulguration for palliation of rectal tumours. Canadian Journal of Surgery 33:299-301, 1990


29. Blanchard J, Menk E, Ramamurthy S, Hoffman J: Subarachnoid and epidural calcitonin in patients with pain due to metastatic cancer. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management 5:42-45, 1990


30. Boersma FP, Buist AB, Thie J: Epidural pain treatment in the northern Netherlands. Organizational and treatment aspects. Acta Anaesthesiologica Belgica 38:213-216, 1987


31. Boersma FP, Noorduin H, Vanden Bussche G: Epidural sufentanil for cancer pain control in outpatients. Regional Anesthesia 14:293-297, 1989


32. Bosch DA: Stereotactic rostral mesencephalotomy in cancer pain and deafferentation pain. A series of 40 cases with follow-up results [see comments]. Journal of Neurosurgery 75:747-751, 1991


33. Breivik H, Rennemo F: Clinical evaluation of combined treatment with methadone and psychotropic drugs in cancer patients. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica Supplementum 74:135-140, 1982


34. Brown DL: A retrospective analysis of neurolytic celiac plexus block for nonpancreatic intra-abdominal cancer pain. Regional Anesthesia 14:63-65, 1989


35. Brown DL, Bulley CK, Quiel EL: Neurolytic celiac plexus block for pancreatic cancer pain. Anesthesia & Analgesia 66:869-873, 1987


36. Bruera E, Brenneis C, Michaud M, Bacovsky R, Chadwick S, Emeno A: Use of the subcutaneous route for the administration of narcotics in patients with cancer pain. Cancer 62:407-411, 1988


37. Bruera E, Brenneis C, Michaud M, Chadwick S, MacDonald RN: Continuous sc infusion of narcotics using a portable disposable device in patients with advanced cancer. Cancer Treatment Reports 71:635-637, 1987


38. Bruera E, Brenneis C, Michaud M, Macmillan K, Hanson J, MacDonald RN: Patient-controlled subcutaneous hydromorphone versus continuous subcutaneous infusion for the treatment of cancer pain. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 80:1152-1154, 1988


39. Bruera E, Brenneis C, Paterson AH, MacDonald RN: Use of methylphenidate as an adjuvant to narcotic analgesics in patients with advanced cancer. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management 4:3-6, 1989


40. Bruera E, Carraro S, Roca E, Barugel M, Chacon R: Double-blind evaluation of the effects of mazindol on pain, depression, anxiety, appetite, and activity in terminal cancer patients. Cancer Treatment Reports 70:295-298, 1986


41. Bruera E, Fainsinger R, Moore M, Thibault R, Spoldi E, Ventafridda V: Local toxicity with subcutaneous methadone. Experience of two centers [see comments]. Pain 45:141-143, 1991


42. Bruera E, Legris MA, Kuehn N, Miller MJ: Hypodermoclysis for the administration of fluids and narcotic analgesics in patients with advanced cancer. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management 5:218-220, 1990


43. Bruera E, MacDonald N, Brenneis C, Simpson I, LeGatt D: Metoclopramide infusion with a disposable pump. Annals of Internal Medicine 104(6):8961986


44. Bruera E, Macmillan K, Hanson J, MacDonald RN: Palliative care in a cancer center: results in 1984 versus 1987. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management 5:1-5, 1990


45. Bruera E, Macmillan K, Kuehn N, Hanson J, MacDonald RN: A controlled trial of megestrol acetate on appetite, caloric intake, nutritional status, and other symptoms in patients with advanced cancer. Cancer 66:1279-1282, 1990


46. Bruera E, Macmillan K, Pither J, MacDonald RN: Effects of morphine on the dyspnea of terminal cancer patients. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management 5:341-344, 1990


47. Bruera E, Miller MJ: Non-cardiogenic pulmonary edema after narcotic treatment for cancer pain. Pain 39:297-300, 1989


48. Bruera E, Miller MJ, Macmillan K, Kuehn N: Neuropsychological effects of methylphenidate in patients receiving a continuous infusion of narcotics for cancer pain. Pain 48:163-166, 1992


49. Bruera E, Schoeller T, Fainsinger RL, Kastelan C: Custom-made suppositories of methadone for severe cancer pain. Journal Of Pain And Symptom Management 7:372-374, 1992


50. Bruera E, Schoeller T, Montejo G: Organic hallucinosis in patients receiving high doses of opiates for cancer pain. Pain 48:397-399, 1992


51. Bruera ED, Chadwick S, Bacovsky R, MacDonald N: Continuous subcutaneous infusion of narcotics using a portable disposable pump. Journal Of Palliative Care 1:46-47, 1985


52. Bryant DD, DeWitty RL, Jr., Dennis GC: The Infusaid pump in the management of intractable cancer pain. Journal of the National Medical Association 79:305-311, 1987


53. Buy JN, Moss AA, Singler RC: CT guided celiac plexus and splanchnic nerve neurolysis. Journal Of Computer Assisted Tomography 6:315-319, 1982


54. Campbell CF, Mason JB, Weiler JM: Continuous subcutaneous infusion of morphine for the pain of terminal malignancy. Annals Of Internal Medicine 98:51-52, 1983


55. Campora E, Merlini L, Pace M, Bruzzone M, Luzzani M, Gottlieb A: The incidence of narcotic-induced emesis. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management 6:428-430, 1991


56. Caputi CA, Busca G, Fogliardi F, Giugliano F: Evaluation of tolerance in long-term treatment of cancer pain with epidural morphine. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, Therapy, & Toxicology 21:587-590, 1983


57. Carey PO, Lippert MC: Treatment of painful prostatic bone metastases with oral etidronate disodium. Urology 32:403-407, 1988


58. Carl P, Crawford ME, Ravlo O, Bach V: Longterm treatment with epidural opioids. A retrospective study comprising 150 patients treated with morphine chloride and buprenorphine. Anaesthesia 41:32-38, 1986


59. Carlisle DW, Smith KA, Frank E, Meyers FJ: Intraventricular morphine administered by hospice nurses to a patient in intractable pain. American Journal of Hospice Care 6(4):36-39, 1989


60. Carlson RW, Borrison RA, Sher HB, Eisenberg PD, Mowry PA, Wolin EM: A multiinstitutional evaluation of the analgesic efficacy and safety of ketorolac tromethamine, acetaminophen plus codeine, and placebo in cancer pain. Pharmacotherapy 10:211-216, 1990


61. Cassileth PA, Lusk EJ, Torri S, Di Nubile N, Gerson SL: Anti-emetic efficacy of dexamethasone therapy in patients receiving cancer chemotherapy. Archives of Internal Medicine 143:1347-1349, 1983


62. Caute B, Monsarrat B, Gouarderes C, Verdie JC, Lazorthes Y, Cros J: CSF morphine levels after lumbar intrathecal administration of isobaric and hyperbaric solutions for cancer pain. Pain 32:141-146, 1988


63. Chan A, Woodruff RK: Palliative care in a general teaching hospital. 1. Assessment of needs. Medical Journal of Australia 155:597-599, 1991


64. Choi CR, Ha YS, Ahn MS, Lee JS, Song JU: Intraventricular or epidural injection of morphine for severe pain. Neurochirurgia 32:180-183, 1989


65. Citron ML, Johnston-Early A, Boyer M, Krasnow SH, Hood M, Cohen MH: Patient-controlled analgesia for severe cancer pain. Archives of Internal Medicine 146:734-736, 1986


66. Citron ML, Johnston-Early A, Fossieck BE, Jr., Krasnow SH, Franklin R, Cohen MH: Safety and efficacy of continuous intravenous morphine for severe cancer pain. American Journal of Medicine 77:199-204, 1984


67. Citron ML, Kalra JM, Seltzer VL, Chen S, Hoffman M, Walczak MB: Patient-controlled analgesia for cancer pain: a long-term study of inpatient and outpatient use. Cancer Investigation 10:335-341, 1992


68. Cleeland CS, Gonin R, Hatfield AK, Edmonson JH, Blum RH, Stewart JA: Pain and its treatment in outpatients with metastatic cancer. New England Journal of Medicine 330:592-596, 1994


69. Cobb CA, French BN, Smith KA: Intrathecal morphine for pelvic and sacral pain caused by cancer. Surgical Neurology 22:63-68, 1984


70. Collins TM, Ash DV, Close HJ: An evaluation of the palliative role of radiotherapy in inoperable carcinoma of the bronchus. Clin Radiol 39:284-286, 1988


71. Cook PR, Campbell FN, Puddy BR: Pituitary alcohol injection for cancer pain. Use in a district general hospital. Anaesthesia 39:540-545, 1984


72. Coombs DW, Maurer LH, Saunders RL, Gaylor M: Outcomes and complications of continuous intraspinal narcotic analgesia for cancer pain control. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2:1414-1420, 1984


73. Coombs DW, Saunders RL, Fratkin JD, Jensen LE, Murphy CA: Continuous intrathecal hydromorphone and clonidine for intractable cancer pain. Journal of Neurosurgery 64:890-894, 1986


74. Coombs DW, Saunders RL, Gaylor MS, Block AR, Colton T, Harbaugh R, Mroz W: Relief of continuous chronic pain by intraspinal narcotics infusion via an implanted reservoir. JAMA 250:2336-2339, 1983


75. Corssen G, Holcomb MC, Moustapha I, Langford K, Vitek JJ, Ceballos R: Alcohol-induced adenolysis of the pituitary gland: a new approach to control of intractable cancer pain. Anesthesia & Analgesia 56:414-421, 1977


76. Coyle N: A model of continuity of care for cancer patients with chronic pain. Medical Clinics Of North America 71:259-270, 1987


77. Coyle N: Continuity of care for the cancer patient with chronic pain. Cancer 63:2289-2293, 1989


78. Coyle N, Mauskop A, Maggard J, Foley KM: Continuous subcutaneous infusions of opiates in cancer patients with pain. Oncology Nursing Forum 13:53-57, 1986


79. Coyle N, Monzillo E, Losalzo M, Farkas C, Massie MJ, Foley KM: A model of continuity of care for cancer patients with pain and neuro-oncologic complications. Cancer Nursing 8:111-119, 1985


80. Crul BJ, Delhaas EM: Technical complications during long-term subarachnoid or epidural administration of morphine in terminally ill cancer patients: a review of 140 cases. Regional Anesthesia 16:209-213, 1991


81. Cubeddu LX, Pendergrass K, Ryan T, York M, Burton G, Meshad M, Ciociola AA: Efficacy of oral ondansetron, a selective antagonist of 5-HT3 receptors, in the treatment of nausea and vomiting associated with cyclophosphamide-based chemotherapies. Ondansetron Study Group [see comments]. American Journal of Clinical Oncology 17:137-146, 1994


82. De Conno F, Caraceni A, Aldrighetti L, Magnani G, Ferla G, Comi G: Paraplegia following coeliac plexus block. Pain 55:383-385, 1993


83. De Conno F, Ripamonti C, Sbanotto A, Barletta L, Zecca E, Martini C: A clinical study on the use of codeine, oxycodone, dextropropoxyphene, buprenorphine, and pentazocine in cancer pain. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management 6:423-427, 1991


84. de Cuyper C, Goeteyn M: Systemic contact dermatitis from subcutaneous hydromorphone. Contact Dermatitis 27:220-223, 1992


85. de Leon-Casasola OA, Kent E, Lema MJ: Neurolytic superior hypogastric plexus block for chronic pelvic pain associated with cancer. Pain 54:145-151, 1993


86. DeChristoforo R, Corden BJ, Hood JC, Narang PK, Magrath IT: High-dose morphine infusion complicated by chlorobutanol-induced somnolence. Annals Of Internal Medicine 98:335-336, 1983


87. Dennis GC, DeWitty R: Management of intractable pain in cancer patients by implantable morphine infusion systems. Journal of the National Medical Association 79:939-944, 1987


88. Dennis GC, DeWitty RL: Long-term intraventricular infusion of morphine for intractable pain in cancer of the head and neck. Neurosurgery 26:404-7; discussion 407, 1990


89. Denobile J, Chester W, Etienne HB, Ghosh BC: Long-term epidural pain relief using a totally implantable access system. Journal of Surgical Oncology 43:92-93, 1990


90. Devulder J: PCA and cancer pain. Acta Anaesthesiologica Belgica 43:53-56, 1992


91. Downing JE, Busch EH, Stedman PM: Epidural morphine delivered by a percutaneous epidural catheter for outpatient treatment of cancer pain [see comments]. Anesthesia & Analgesia 67:1159-1161, 1988


92. Drexel H, Dzien A, Spiegel RW, Lang AH, Breier C, Abbrederis K, Braunsteiner H: Treatment of severe cancer pain by low-dose continuous subcutaneous morphine. Pain 36:169-176, 1989


93. Driessen JJ, de Mulder PH, Claessen JJ, van Diejen D, Wobbes T: Epidural administration of morphine for control of cancer pain: long-term efficacy and complications. Clinical Journal of Pain 5:217-222, 1989


94. Du Pen SL, Kharasch ED, Williams A, Peterson DG, Sloan DC, Krembs AW: Chronic epidural bupivacaine-opioid infusion in intractable cancer pain [see comments]. Pain 49:293-300, 1992


95. Du Pen SL, Peterson DG, Bogosian AC, Ramsey DH, Larson C, Omoto M: A new permanent exteriorized epidural catheter for narcotic self-administration to control cancer pain. Cancer 59:986-993, 1987


96. Du Pen SL, Williams AR: Management of patients receiving combined epidural morphine and bupivacaine for the treatment of cancer pain. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management 7:125-127, 1992


97. Du Pen SL, Williams AR: The dilemma of conversion from systemic to epidural morphine: a proposed conversion tool for treatment of cancer pain. Pain 56:113-118, 1994


98. Duthie AM, Ingham V, Dell AE, Dennett JE: Pituitary cryoablation. The results of treatment using a transphenoidal cryoprobe. Anaesthesia 38:448-451, 1983


99. Eisenach JC, Rauck RL, Buzzanell C, Lysak SZ: Epidural clonidine analgesia for intractable cancer pain: phase I. Anesthesiology 71:647-652, 1989


100. Engquist A, Chraemmer Jorgensen B, Andersen HB: Epidural morphine induced catatonia. Lancet ii:984, 1980


101. Erdine S, Aldemir T: Long-term results of peridural morphine in 225 patients. Pain 45:155-159, 1991


102. Eriksson MB, Lindahl S, Nyquist JK: Experimental cutaneous pain thresholds and tolerance in clinical analgesia with epidural morphine. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica 26:654-657, 1982


103. Esposito S, Bruni P, Delitala A, Canova A, Hernandez R, Callovini GM: Therapeutic approach to the Pancoast pain syndrome. Applied Neurophysiology 48:262-266, 1985


104. Esposito S, Delitala A: Transoval administration of opiates into trigeminal cistern for cancer pain. Preliminary report. Neurochirurgia 34:116-118, 1991


105. Estap'e J, Vinolas N, Gonz'alez B, Ingl'es F, Bofill T, Guzm'an MC, Tarrag'o E: Ketorolac, a new non-opioid analgesic: a double-blind trial versus pentazocine in cancer pain. Journal Of International Medical Research 18:298-304, 1990


106. Ettinger DS, Vitale PJ, Trump DL: Important clinical pharmacologic considerations in the use of methadone in cancer patients. Cancer Treatment Reports 63:457-459, 1979


107. Fainsinger R, Miller MJ, Bruera E, Hanson J, MacEachern T: Symptom control during the last week of life on a palliative care unit. Journal of Palliative Care 7:5-11, 1991


108. Felsoory A, Crue BL: Results of 19 years experience with sacral rhizotomy for perineal and perianal cancer pain. Pain 2:431-433, 1976


109. Fernandez F, Adams F, Holmes VF: Analgesic effect of alprazolam in patients with chronic, organic pain of malignant origin. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology 7:167-169, 1987


110. Ferris FD, Kerr IG, De Angelis C, Sone M, Hume S: Inpatient narcotic infusions for patients with cancer pain. Journal of Palliative Care 6:51-59, 1990


111. Ferris FD, Kerr IG, Sone M, Marcuzzi M: Transdermal scopolamine use in the control of narcotic-induced nausea. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management 6:389-393, 1991


112. Filshie J, Golding S, Robbie DS, Husband JE: Unilateral computerised tomography guided coeliac plexus block: a technique for pain relief. Anaesthesia 38:498-503, 1983


113. Findler G, Olshwang D, Hadani M: Continuous epidural morphine treatment for intractable pain in terminal cancer patients. Pain 14:311-315, 1982


114. Fineman SP: Long-term post-thoracotomy cancer pain management with interpleural bupivacaine. Anesthesia & Analgesia 68:694-697, 1989


115. Fishman B, Loscalzo M: Cognitive-behavioral interventions in management of cancer pain: Principles and applications. Med Clin North Am 71:271-287, 1987


116. Fleming U: Relaxation therapy for far-advanced cancer. Practitioner 229:471-475, 1985


117. Follett KA, Hitchon PW, Piper J, Kumar V, Clamon G, Jones MP: Response of intractable pain to continuous intrathecal morphine: a retrospective study. Pain 49:21-25, 1992


118. Francaviglia N, Silvestro C, Carta F, Davini V, Perria C, Cipolla PV: Subarachnoid buprenorphine administered by implantable micropumps. Acta Neurochirurgica 102:62-68, 1990


119. Frank F, Fabrizi AP, Gaist G, Weigel K, Mundinger F: Stereotactic mesencephalotomy versus multiple thalamotomies in the treatment of chronic cancer pain syndromes. Applied Neurophysiology 50:314-318, 1987


120. Fujita Y: CT-guided neurolytic splanchnic nerve block with alcohol. Pain 55:363-366, 1993


121. Gildenberg PL: Myelotomy and percutaneous cervical cordotomy for the treatment of cancer pain. Applied Neurophysiology 47:208-215, 1984


122. Gildenberg PL, Hirshberg RM: Limited myelotomy for the treatment of intractable cancer pain. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 47:94-96, 1984


123. Glare P, Lickiss JN: Unrecognized constipation in patients with advanced cancer: a recipe for therapeutic disaster. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management 7:369-371, 1992


124. Glynn CJ, Lloyd JW, Folkhard S: Ventilatory response to intractable pain. Pain 11:201-211, 1981


125. Goisis A, Gorini M, Ratti R, Luliri P: Application of a WHO protocol on medical therapy for oncologic pain in an internal medicine hospital. Tumori 75:470-472, 1989


126. Gonski A, Sackelariou R: Cryohypophysectomy for the relief of pain in malignant disease. Medical Journal of Australia 140:140-142, 1984


127. Gonzales GR, Coyle N: Treatment of cancer pain in a former opioid abuser: fears of the patient and staff and their influence on care. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management 7:246-249, 1992


128. Gonzales GR, Elliott KJ, Portenoy RK, Foley KM: The impact of a comprehensive evaluation in the management of cancer pain. Pain 47:141-144, 1991


129. Goucke R: Continuous intrathecal analgesia with opioid/local anaesthetic mixture for cancer pain. Anaesthesia & Intensive Care 21:222-223, 1993


130. Gourlay GK, Cherry DA, Cousins MJ: A comparative study of the efficacy and pharmacokinetics of oral methadone and morphine in the treatment of severe pain in patients with cancer. Pain 25:297-312, 1986


131. Gourlay GK, Plummer JL, Cherry DA, Onley MM, Parish KA, Wood MM: Comparison of intermittent bolus with continuous infusion of epidural morphine in the treatment of severe cancer pain. Pain 47:135-140, 1991


132. Greenberg HS, Taren J, Ensminger WD, Doan K: Benefit from and tolerance to continuous intrathecal infusion of morphine for intractable cancer pain. Journal Of Neurosurgery 57:360-364, 1982


133. Grochow L, Sheidler V, Grossman S, Green L, Enterline J: Does intravenous methadone provide longer lasting analgesia than intravenous morphine? A randomized, double-blind study [see comments]. Pain 38:151-157, 1989


134. Grond S, Zech D, Lynch J, Diefenbach C, Schug SA, Lehmann KA: Validation of World Health Organization guidelines for pain relief in head and neck cancer. A prospective study. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology 102:342-348, 1993


135. Grond S, Zech D, Schug SA, Lynch J, Lehmann KA: The importance of non-opioid analgesics for cancer pain relief according to the guidelines of the World Health Organization. International Journal Of Clinical Pharmacology Research 11:253-260, 1991


136. Grond S, Zech D, Schug SA, Lynch J, Lehmann KA: Validation of World Health Organization guidelines for cancer pain relief during the last days and hours of life. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management 6:411-422, 1991


137. Gye RS, Stanworth PA, Stewart JA, Adams CB: Cryohypophysectomy for bone pain of metastatic breast cancer. Pain 6:201-206, 1979


138. Haaga JR, Kori SH, Eastwood DW, Borkowski GP: Improved technique for CT-guided celiac ganglia block. Ajr American Journal Of Roentgenology 142:1201-1204, 1984


139. Hankemeir U: Neurolytic celiac plexus block for cancer-related upper abdominal pain using the unilateral puncture technique and lateral position (Abstr). Pain supp 4:s135, 1987


140. Hanks GW, Twycross RG, Bliss JM: Controlled release morphine tablets: a double-blind trial in patients with advanced cancer. Anaesthesia 42:840-844, 1987


141. Hanna MH, et al: Efficacy and CSF pharmacokinetics of intrathecal morphine-6-clucuronide: comparison with morphine. British Journal of Anaesthesia 64:547-550, 1990


142. Hardy PA, Wells JC: Patient-controlled intrathecal morphine for cancer pain. A method used to assess morphine requirements and bolus doses. Clinical Journal of Pain 6:57-59, 1990


143. Hashimoto Y, Takarada M, Tanioka H, Rigor BM: Treatment of cancer pain of the head and neck by continuous intravenous infusion of high-dose morphine: report of two cases. Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 48:398-400, 1990


144. Hassenbusch SJ, Pillay PK, Barnett GH: Radiofrequency cingulotomy for intractable cancer pain using stereotaxis guided by magnetic resonance imaging. Neurosurgery 27:220-223, 1990


145. Hassenbusch SJ, Pillay PK, Magdinec M, Currie K, Bay JW, CovingtonEC., Tomaszewski MZ: Constant infusion of morphine for intractable cancer pain using an implanted pump [see comments]. Journal of Neurosurgery 73:405-409, 1990


146. Heim ME, Romer W, Queisser W: Clinical experience with levonantradol hydrochloride in the prevention of cancer chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting. Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 21:86S-89S, 1981


147. Hendrickx P, Abou Hatem R, Nicaise C: Implantable injection port for epidural opiates self-administration. Acta Anaesthesiologica Belgica 35 Suppl:279-284, 1984


148. Hensley JR: Continuous SC morphine for cancer pain. American Journal Of Nursing 91:98-101, 1991


149. Herbst LH, Strause LG: Transdermal fentanyl use in hospice home-care patients with chronic cancer pain. Journal of Pain & Symptom Management 7:S54-S57, 1992


150. Higginson I, McCarthy M: Measuring symptoms in terminal cancer: are pain and dyspnoea controlled? Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 82:264-267, 1989


151. Hill HF, Jacobson RC, Coda BA, Mackie AM: A computer-based system for controlling plasma opioid concentration according to patient need for analgesia. Clinical Pharmacokinetics 20:319-330, 1991


152. Hiraga K, Mizuguchi T, Takeda F: The incidence of cancer pain and improvement of pain management in Japan. Postgraduate Medical Journal 67 Suppl 2:S14-25, 1991


153. Hirsh LF, Thanki A, Nowak T: Sudden loss of pain control with morphine pump due to catheter migration. Neurosurgery 17:965-967, 1985


154. Hoffman M, Provatas A, Lyver A, Kanner R: Pain management in the opioid-addicted patient with cancer. Cancer 68:1121-1122, 1991


155. Hogan Q, Haddox JD, Abram S, Weissman D, Taylor ML, Janjan N: Epidural opiates and local anesthetics for the management of cancer pain [see comments]. Pain 46:271-279, 1991


156. Hogberg T, Rabow L, Rosenberg P, Simonsen E: The use of chordotomy to treat pain from gynecologic cancer. European Journal of Gynaecological Oncology 10:337-340, 1989


157. Hutchinson H, Leedham G, Knight A: Continuous subcutaneous analgesia and antiemetics in domiciliary terminal care. Lancet 2:1279, 1981


158. Inkpen T: Metoclopramide-induced extrapyramidal syndromes. Journal Of Palliative Care 9:33-34, 1993


159. Inturrisi CE, Portenoy RK, Max MB, Colburn WA, Foley KM: Pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic relationships of methadone infusions in patients with cancer pain. Clinical Pharmacology And Therapeutics 47:565-577, 1990


160. Ischia S, Ischia A, Polati E, Finco G: Three posterior percutaneous celiac plexus block techniques. A prospective, randomized study in 61 patients with pancreatic cancer pain. Anesthesiology 76:534-540, 1992


161. Jones J, Gough D: Coeliac plexus block with alcohol for relief of upper abdominal pain due to cancer. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 59:46-49, 1977


162. Joss RA, Galeazzi RL, Bischoff A, Do DD, Goldhirsch A, Brunner KW: Levonantradol, a new antiemetic with a high rate of side-effects for the prevention of nausea and vomiting in patients receiving cancer chemotherapy. Cancer Chemotherapy & Pharmacology 9:61-64, 1982


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