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Chronic Pain Control by Dr. Bell
Coanalgesics for Chronic Pain Therapy: a Narrative Review by Blair and Sanderson. Coanalgesics are medications that were not developed primarily for the treatment of pain, but have later been found to be effective for various types of intractable pain relief, either alone or in combination with other pharmaceuticals. This peer-reviewed paper gives a detailed survey of types of conanalgesics that exist, studies that show their effectiveness and suggested dosages. Unfortunately, seeing the complete paper costs $52. Viewing the Abstract is free.
Overview of treatment of pain on pp. 19-20 of ME/CFS: A Primer for Clinical Practitioners