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|Title:||Economic evaluation of “pulse dose” radiofrequency in the treatment of occipital neuralgia headache|
|Citation:||Giovannini V, Pusateri R, Russo V, Viscardi D, Palomba R. Economic evaluation of “pulse dose” radiofrequency in the treatment of occipital neuralgia headache. Translational Medicine @ UniSa 2012;3(3):22-24|
|Abstract:||Headache occipital neuralgia is an example of pain-disease for which treatment both pharmacological protocols and invasive methods are used. Among the latter, the RF (Radiofrequency) pulse-dose has been of interest for the prospects of analgesic efficacy, safety and patient compliance, although at the moment only data concerning the pulsed RF and not the RF pulse-dose, that represents its evolution, are discussed in scientific literature. The purpose of this study is a "simple" economic evaluation of this method in headache occipital neuralgia.|
|Appears in Collections:||Translational Medicine @ UniSa. Vol.3 (may.-aug. 2012)|
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|V.Giovannini, R. Pusateri, V. Russo, D. Viscardi, R. Palomba. ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF PULSE DOSE RADIOFREQUENCY IN THE TREATMENT OF OCCIPITAL NEURALGIA HEADACHE (22-24).pdf||articolo di rivista||285,93 kB||Adobe PDF||View/Open|
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