James C. Eisenach spends much of his time researching Anesthesia, Clonidine, Analgesic, Pharmacology and Neuropathic pain. His research in Anesthesia intersects with topics in Surgery and Allodynia. His Clonidine study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Morphine, Epidural administration, Agonist, Decreased blood pressure and Hemodynamics.
His Analgesic research includes themes of Chemotherapy, Self-administration, Gabapentin, Drug interaction and Threshold of pain. The various areas that James C. Eisenach examines in his Pharmacology study include Opioid and Receptor antagonist. His Neuropathic pain study incorporates themes from Nociception, Sciatic nerve, Nerve injury and Spinal cord.
James C. Eisenach mainly investigates Anesthesia, Pharmacology, Clonidine, Internal medicine and Endocrinology. He interconnects Surgery and Spinal cord in the investigation of issues within Anesthesia. His Pharmacology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Glutamate receptor and Opioid.
His Clonidine study which covers Blood pressure that intersects with Hemodynamics. His research integrates issues of Muscarinic acetylcholine receptor and Nociception in his study of Endocrinology. His Analgesic research integrates issues from Chronic pain and Saline.
His primary areas of study are Anesthesia, Chronic pain, Nerve injury, Neuroscience and Surgery. His Anesthesia research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Postpartum period and Oxytocin. His Nerve injury research incorporates elements of Spinal nerve, Spinal cord, Neuropathic pain, Norepinephrine and Hyperalgesia.
His studies in Neuroscience integrate themes in fields like Peripheral and Nociceptor, Nociception. James C. Eisenach has included themes like MEDLINE and Anesthesiology in his Surgery study. His Analgesic research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Clonidine and Adenosine.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Anesthesia, Nerve injury, Chronic pain, Spinal cord and Analgesic. James C. Eisenach works in the field of Anesthesia, focusing on Saline in particular. The concepts of his Nerve injury study are interwoven with issues in Locus coeruleus, Peripheral nerve injury, Neuropathic pain and Norepinephrine.
His work carried out in the field of Spinal cord brings together such families of science as Dopamine, Astrocyte and Pharmacology. He combines subjects such as Bupivacaine, Infiltration, Clonidine and Adenosine with his study of Analgesic. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Postpartum period and Endocrinology.
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alpha(2)-adrenergic agonists for regional anesthesia - A clinical review of clonidine (1984-1995)
James C. Eisenach;Marc De Kock;Walter Klimscha.
Severity of acute pain after childbirth, but not type of delivery, predicts persistent pain and postpartum depression.
James C. Eisenach;Peter H. Pan;Richard Smiley;Patricia Lavand’homme.
Epidural clonidine analgesia for intractable cancer pain
James C. Eisenach;Stuart DuPen;Michel Dubois;Rafael Miguel.
Phase I Safety Assessment of Intrathecal Neostigmine Methylsulfate in Humans
David D. Hood;James C. Eisenach;Robin Tuttle.
Epidural Clonidine Treatment for Refractory Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
Richard L. Rauck;James C. Eisenach;Kyle Jackson;Larry D. Young.
Patient-controlled analgesia following cesarean section: a comparison with epidural and intramuscular narcotics.
James C. Eisenach;Stephen C. Grice;David M. Dewan.
Hemodynamic and Analgesic Actions of Epidurally Administered Clonidine
James Eisenach;Dawn Detweiler;David Hood.
Multifactorial preoperative predictors for postcesarean section pain and analgesic requirement.
Peter H. Pan;Robert Coghill;Timothy T. Houle;Melvin H. Seid.
Animal models and the prediction of efficacy in clinical trials of analgesic drugs: a critical appraisal and call for uniform reporting standards.
Andrew S.C. Rice;Dorothy Cimino-Brown;James C. Eisenach;Vesa K. Kontinen.
Epidural Clonidine Analgesia following Surgery: Phase I
James C. Eisenach;Steven Z. Lysak;Christopher M. Viscomi.
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