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For Texans suffering from intractable epilepsy, the wait for medical cannabis is finally over," said Jose Hidalgo, the founder and CEO of Knox Medical.
Many people saw South Africa crisis as intractable and that Nelson Mandela would stay in jail and the ANC would never be unbanned.
Whether hoping for marijuana in plant form or pill form, Minnesota residents have been waiting for this day to come as more than 500 patients suffering from intractable pain registered for the program last month.
Jude Medical's DRG neurostimulation system represents an exciting new option for me to deploy in the fight against the focal and intractable chronic pain syndromes facing my patients every day," said Timothy Deer, M.
Jude Medical Axium system was based in part on the results of the ACCURATE IDE study, the largest study to date evaluating patients suffering from neuropathic chronic intractable pain associated with CRPS I and II or peripheral causalgia.
All patients who underwent angioembolization for intractable epistaxis were included in the study.
Jordan, from Maesycoed, Pontypridd, suffers from intractable epilepsy, which means he experiences uncontrolled seizures that can be triggered at any time.
Existential Psychological Theory was employed as a conceptual and theoretical foundation for the use of hypnotically facilitated therapy in the management of intractable pain, nausea, and vomiting in 3 end-stage, terminally ill cancer patients.
Because of its severity, IPF is designated as a "specified disease", in other words, an intractable disorder.
What kind of editorial decision could place this tragic and intractable condition on the arts pages?
Blume (clinical neurological sciences, University of Western Ontario) brings together the latest developments in the understanding, diagnosis, and management of intractable epilepsies.