Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Reducing Pain in Cancer Patients With Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Reducing Pain in Cancer Patients With Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy

Publication date: Oct 22, 2019

This early phase I trial studies how well transcranial direct current stimulation works in reducing pain in cancer patients with chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy. Transcranial direct current stimulation is used for patients with brain injuries such as strokes as well as for mental health issues such as depression and may help to control pain in cancer patients with chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy.

Concepts Keywords
Anxiety Peripheral Neuropathy
Brain Pain
Chemotherapy Insomnia
Depression Chemotherapy
Direct Current Medicine
Insomnia Clinical medicine
Migraine Headache Branches of biology
Neuropathy Neurotechnology
Pain Neurophysiology
Pain Medications Electrotherapy
Peripheral Nervous System Neurostimulation
Peripheral Neuropathy Medical devices
Seizure Transcranial direct-current stimulation
TDCS Peripheral neuropathy
Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy
Chemotherapy

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH Cancer
disease DOID Cancer
disease MESH Peripheral Neuropathy
disease DOID Peripheral Neuropathy
disease DOID Peripheral Neuropathy
disease MESH strokes
disease MESH depression
gene UNIPROT RENBP
drug DRUGBANK Aspartame
disease MESH migraine headache
disease DOID brain cancer
disease MESH metastasis

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