International Research Foundation for RSD / CRPS

 



A primary mission of the Foundation is to establish an international network, with up to the minute information about ongoing RSD / CRPS research, which will help educate medical professionals around the world. Health professionals need to be very careful with drawing conclusions and raising false hopes among patients. All those reviewing this research are encouraged to read the section:

How to Determine the Effectiveness of Treatments for RSD / CRPS

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Recovery from Intractable Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Type I (RSD) under High-Dose Intravenous Ketamine-Midazolam Sedation

Neurology Abstract 2002

Ketamine-Midazolam Anesthesia for Intractable CRPS-I
World Congress on Pain - 2002

Skin Blood Flow Changes during Ketamine/Midazolam Anesthesia for Intractable CRPS-I
World Congress on Pain - 2002

Low-Dose Oral Ketamine Improves Some Measures of Pain in Patients with Neurogenic Claudication and Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
American Society of Anesthesiologists - 2002

Anthony F. Kirkpatrick, M.D., Ph.D.


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