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Facial Paralysis & Pain Research: Dr. Michael A. Erdek

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Education Symposia:

  1. May 2003, “Pain in the Critically Ill: Impact on Survival,”  Ninth Annual Update on Pain Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
  2. May 2003, “Patient Selection for Chronic Spinal Drug Delivery,” Ninth Annual Update on Pain Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
  3. August 2004, “Spinal Cord Stimulation for Angina and Peripheral Vascular Disease,”  Tenth Annual Update on Pain Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
  4. October 2004, “Neuraxial Analgesia,”  First Annual Cancer Pain Conference, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
  5. November 2005, “New and Nontraditional Agents for Neuraxial Analgesia,”  Second Annual Cancer Pain Conference, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
  6. November 2005, “Spinal Cord Stimulation for Peripheral Vascular Disease,”  North American Neuromodulation Society, Ninth Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
  7. December 2005 “Managing Pain of Cardiac Origin,”  11th Annual Pain Medicine Update, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
  8. December 2005 “Intrathecal Therapies for Cancer Pain,” 11th Annual Pain Medicine Update, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
  9. September 2006 “Spinal Cord Stimulation for Angina Pectoris and Peripheral Vascular Disease, Second Annual Advances in Neurology, Cornell University Medical College and Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX.

Scientific Posters:

  1. Erdek MA, Pronovost PJ.  “Improving assessment and treatment of pain in the  critically ill.”  Presented at the ASRA Annual Fall Pain Meeting, November 2002.
  2. Berkow L, Erdek MA, Gottschalk A, Thompson RE, White E, Yaster M.  “Pain assessment in adult post-craniotomy patients:  a preliminary study.”  Presented at the IARS Scientific Meeting, March 2005.
  3. Egbert LD, Luthardt FW, Erdek MA.  “Training in End-of-Life Pain and Suffering:  What Do Medical Students Say?”  Presented at the 52nd Annual AUA Meeting, May, 2005.
  4. Sanvidge K, Nesbit S, Laheru D, Erdek MA.  “The Incidence and Management of Pain in Newly Diagnosed Pancreatic Cancer Patients.”  Presented at the Fifth Annual ASRA Fall Pain Meeting, November 2006.

Review Articles:

  1. Erdek MA, Staats PS.  Spinal Cord Stimulation for angina pectoris and peripheral vascular disease.  Anesthesiology Clinics of North America  2003:21:797-804.
  2. Erdek MA.  Pain in the critically ill patient.  Techniques in Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine 2003:7:161-165.
  3. Erdek MA, Staats PS.  Chronic pain and thoracic surgery.  Thoracic Surgery Clinics 2005; 15:123-130.
  4. Rea A, Erdek MA.  Spinal cord stimulation for refractory angina pectoris and non-reconstructable chronic critical leg ischemia.  Neurosurgery Quarterly, in press.
 

 

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