Hope: The pain of patients will go away without medicine, ‘Chronic Pain Biology’ is being developed in the country to find treatment.
For the first time in the country, new hope has arisen for lakhs of patients suffering from chronic pain. The government has now started looking for a cure for this pain. The country will soon develop a system for the treatment of chronic pain, under which not only all government and private medical colleges but also hospitals will start treating patients from scratch. Medical students will also be given training in their curriculum in the coming days.
According to information received from the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), a map is being prepared to find out the existing chronic pain systems in the country, on the basis of which India will take a new direction by comparing the policies of other countries. area of chronic pain. Will follow the instructions. In fact, lakhs of patients in India are suffering from chronic pain of various ailments. The Global CP (Chronic Pain) Prevalence Survey found that 19.3% of the Indian adult population suffers from CP. At the same time, about 25 percent of chronic pain patients suffer from neuropathic nature. All the medical colleges of the country are being connected with pain relief system. The pain of the patients will go away from the very beginning.
Patients currently addicted to morphine drugs
There is currently no cure for patients with chronic pain. He has to be on painkillers. This also leads to widespread use and addiction of opioid/morphine drugs in patients. It may have adverse consequences.
Patients have three main forms of pain: Patients have three main forms of pain, on the basis of which they are divided into three main groups non-responsive, neuropathic and nociceptive. Nasal pain is caused by activity in the nerve pathway. It is also commonly known as arthritis and spine. Neuropathic pain is caused by certain diseases. Nociplastic pain occurs with physical harm, injury or pathological pathology.