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 Übersetzung für 'pain control' von Englisch nach Deutsch
med.
pain control
Schmerzkontrolle {f}
Teiltreffer
audio
peak-clipping control <PC control>
Peak-Clipping-Steller {m} <PC-Steller> [auch: Peak-Clipping-Regler / Einsteller]
painQual {f}
99
to painschmerzen
413
painLeiden {n}
360
painSchmerz {m}
5283
painWeh {n} [geh.] [Schmerz]
22
painKummer {m}
63
med.
pain
Dolor {m}
8
painPein {f} [geh.]
29
med.
pain specialist
Schmerzspezialist {m}
med.
hunger pain
Nüchternschmerz {m}
terrible painmordsmäßiger Schmerz {m} [ugs.]
med.
terebrant pain
bohrender Schmerz {m}
med.
violent pain
starker Schmerz {m}
med.
pain score
Schmerz-Score {m}
med.
initial pain
Initialschmerz {m}
med.
rheumatic pain
Albschoß {m} [auch Albgeschoß] [veraltet] [Rheumaschmerzen]
med.
marked pain
ausgeprägter Schmerz {m}
to cause painSchmerz verursachen
to avoid painSchmerz vermeiden
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • People with specific variants of CYP2D6 enzymes may not produce adequate amounts of the active metabolite (desmetramadol) for effective pain control.
  • Pain intensity, pain control, and resilience to pain can be influenced by different levels and types of social support that a person with chronic pain receives, and are also influenced by the person's socioeconomic status.
  • The Canadian Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Beef Cattle requires that, as of 2018, calves older than six months be castrated using pain control.
  • Morphine generally is suitable for pain control. There are no clinical studies to suggest that morphine can aggravate or cause pancreatitis or cholecystitis.
  • Treatment of chronic pancreatitis typically includes pain control and management of exocrine insufficiency.

  • Parental risk factors include use of pain control or anesthesia during labor, asthma, and diabetes.
  • This was partly because of her Christian faith, but she also argued that it is never needed, because effective pain control is always possible.
  • Almost exclusively used by anesthesia providers during portions of a case where quick, fast-acting (though not long-lasting) pain control is needed (as, for example, during nerve blocks), alfentanil is administered by the parenteral (injected) route for fast onset and precise control of dosage.
  • It is also used in surgery and post operative pain control in patients that are taking high dose buprenorphine for chronic pain because it is the only opioid that has a potency and binding affinity strong enough to displace buprenorphine from the opioid receptors in the central nervous system and provide analgesia.
  • The treatment of this agonizing disorder involves pain control, steroid injections, proper foot wear and rest.

  • This study revealed inadequate pain control and sedation for a high proportion of painful procedures and led to a national review of this problem.
  • The sternum, fascia and skin are closed, with potential placement of a local anesthetic infusion catheter under the fascia, to enhance postoperative pain control.
  • Electrical stimulation for pain control was used in ancient Rome, in AD 63.
  • During the 1990s the procedure became less widely used, partly because medical pain-control options had improved, and partly due to concern about side-effects.
  • Medication options for pain control include antiepileptic drugs (AEDs), serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs), and tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs).

  • Intra-operative pain control is usually dependent on the setting and patient characteristics but commonly involves local analgesia with either IV sedation or general anesthesia.
  • Hydromorphone also has been administered via nebulization to treat shortness of breath, but it is not used as a route for pain control due to low bioavailability.
  • He used medicinal marijuana for pain control from 2005 to 2008.
  • Supportive measures may be instituted prior to surgery. These measures include fluid resuscitation. Intravenous opioids can be used for pain control.
  • The analgesic activity is shorter than the pharmacological half-life; dosing for pain control usually requires multiple doses per day normally dividing daily dosage for administration at 8 hour intervals.

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