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Brief Pain Inventory (BPI)

2022-07-18T14:22:10-07:00

Modeled after the McGill Pain Questionnaire. Provides information on the intensity of pain (sensory dimension) and the degree to which pain interferes with function (reactive dimension). It also [...]

Brief Pain Inventory (BPI)2022-07-18T14:22:10-07:00

Classification System for Chronic Pain in SCI

2022-07-14T14:56:18-07:00

Proposes a pain classification system with 2 major categories: neuropathic and musculoskeletal. Designed to help with the standardization of pain terminology used in the SCI population. Pain is [...]

Classification System for Chronic Pain in SCI2022-07-14T14:56:18-07:00

Donovan SCI Pain Classification System

2022-07-18T14:38:00-07:00

The Donovan SCI Pain Classification System proposes 5 pain types: Segmental nerve/cauda equina Spinal cord Visceral Mechanical Psychic It combines both mechanistic factors (e.g. slow fibre conduction from [...]

Donovan SCI Pain Classification System2022-07-18T14:38:00-07:00

Multidimensional Pain Inventory (MPI) – SCI version

2022-07-18T14:40:38-07:00

Theoretically linked to the cognitive-behavioral conceptualization of chronic pain, where emphasis is placed on the assessment of subjective distress and the impact of pain on patient’s lives. A [...]

Multidimensional Pain Inventory (MPI) – SCI version2022-07-18T14:40:38-07:00

Quantitative Sensory Testing (QST)

2022-07-18T14:47:44-07:00

Used to quantify the neurological dysfunction associated with neuropathic pain, by measuring thresholds for mechanical detection, vibration detection, cool and warm detection and cold and hot pain sensations. [...]

Quantitative Sensory Testing (QST)2022-07-18T14:47:44-07:00

Tunk’s Classification Scheme

2022-07-18T14:53:02-07:00

Identifies 11 types of pain for those with spinal cord injury according to the lesion level. Above the lesion level At the lesion level Below the lesion level [...]

Tunk’s Classification Scheme2022-07-18T14:53:02-07:00
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