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Nonsurgical treatments for patients with radicular pain from lumbosacral disc herniation

Title
Nonsurgical treatments for patients with radicular pain from lumbosacral disc herniation
Authors
Lee, Jung HwanChoi, Kyoung HyoKang, SeokKim, Dong HwanKim, Du HwanKim, Bo RyunKim, WonKim, Jung HwanDo, Kyung HeeDo, Jong GeolRyu, Ju SeokMin, KyunghoonBahk, Sung GinPark, Yun HeeBang, Heui JeShin, Kyoung-hoYang, SeoyonYang, Hee SeungYoo, Seung DonYoo, Ji SungYoon, Kyung JaeYoon, Se JinLee, Goo JooLee, Sang YoonLee, Sang ChulLee, Seung YeolLee, In-SikLee, Jung-SooLee, Chang-HyungLim, Jae-YoungHan, Jae-YoungHan, Seung HoonSung, Duk HyunCho, Kang HeeKim, Soo YoungKim, Hyun JungJu, Woong
Ewha Authors
주웅
SCOPUS Author ID
주웅scopus
Issue Date
2019
Journal Title
SPINE JOURNAL
ISSN
1529-9430JCR Link

1878-1632JCR Link
Citation
SPINE JOURNAL vol. 19, no. 9, pp. 1478 - 1489
Keywords
LumbosacralDisc herniationNonsurgicalTreatmentPainFunction
Publisher
ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC
Indexed
SCIE; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Document Type
Review
Abstract
BACKGROUND CONTEXT: Lumbosacral disc herniation (LDH) is one of the most frequent musculoskeletal diseases causative of sick leave in the workplace and morbidity in daily activities. Nonsurgical managements are considered as first line treatment before surgical treatment. PURPOSE: This clinical practice guideline (CPG) is intended to provide physicians who treat patients diagnosed with LDH with a guideline supported by scientific evidence to assist in decision-making for appropriate and reasonable treatments. STUDY DESIGN/SETTING: A systematic review. PATIENT SAMPLE: Studies of human subjects written in Korean or English that met the following criteria were selected: patients aged >= 18 years, clinical presentation of low back and radicular leg pain, diagnosis of LDH on radiological evaluation including computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging. OUTCOMES MEASURES: Pain and functional evaluation scales such as visual analogue scale, numeric rating scale, and Oswestry disability index METHODS: The MEDLINE (PubMed), EMBASE, Cochrane Review, and KoreaMed databases were searched for articles regarding non-surgical treatments for LDH published up to July 2017. Of the studies fulfilling these criteria, those investigating clinical results after non-surgical treatment including physical and behavioral therapy, medication, and interventional treatment in terms of pain control and functional improvements were chosen for this study. RESULTS: Nonsurgical treatments were determined to be clinically effective with regards to pain reduction and functional improvement in patients with LDH. Nevertheless, the evidence level was generally not evaluated as high degree, which might be attributed to the paucity of well-designed randomized controlled trials. Exercise and traction were strongly recommended despite moderate level of evidence. Epidural injection was strongly recommended with high degree of evidence and transforaminal approach was more strongly recommended than caudal approach. CONCLUSIONS: This CPG provides new and updated evidence-based recommendations for treatment of the patients with LDH, which suggested that, despite an absence of high degrees of evidence level, non-surgical treatments were clinically effective. (C) 2019 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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DOI
10.1016/j.spinee.2019.06.004
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