Study Title and Description
Treatment of migraine attacks by transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation in emergency department: A randomize controlled trial.
Key Questions Addressed
|3||KQ3a. What is the comparative effectiveness of nonpharmacologic therapy versus sham treatment, waitlist, usual care, attention control, and no treatment after followup at the following intervals: < 1 day; 1 day to <1 week; 1 week to <2 weeks; 2 weeks to 4 weeks? KQ3b. What is the comparative effectiveness of nonpharmacologic treatments (e.g. exercise, cognitive behavioral therapy, acupuncture, biofeedback, noninvasive neuromodulation devices) for outcomes related to pain, function, pain relief satisfaction, and quality of life? KQ3c. How does effectiveness of nonpharmacologic therapy vary depending on: (1) patient demographics (e.g. age, gender); (2) patient medical comorbidities? KQ3d. How do harms vary depending on: (1) patient demographics (e.g. age, gender); (2) patient medical comorbidities; (3) the type of treatment used; (4) the frequency of therapy; (5) the duration of therapy?|
Primary Publication Information
|Title||Treatment of migraine attacks by transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation in emergency department: A randomize controlled trial.|
|Author||Hokenek NM., Erdogan MO., Hokenek UD., Algin A., Tekyol D., Seyhan AU.|
|Country||Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Health Sciences, Kartal Dr. Lütfi Kırdar Training and Research Hospital, İstanbul, Turkey. Electronic address: email@example.com.|
Pubmed ID: 31983598
Secondary Publication Information
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Extraction Form: Key Question 3
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Results & Comparisons
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