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Rationale: In a previously published trial on spinal acute non-traumatic pain, peripheral neuro- regenerative combination of UTP, CMP and hydroxocobalamin presented unexpected analgesicproperties. Objective: To corroborate analgesiceffects of UTP, CMP and hydroxocobalamin combination in a self-paired evolutionary model. Methods: Mean VAS scores from pretreatment, V2 5th treatment day and V3 10th treatment day were plotted and statistically analyzed ANOVA for differences. PFQ scores from pretreatment, V2, and V3 were analyzed using the chisquare test. Results: The difference between V3 and pretreatment mean VAS scores was statistically significant p < 0.0001. The improvement in PFQ scores throughout the study was found to be statistically significant p < 0.0001. Conclusion: The combination of UTP, CMP and hydroxocobalamin seems to have analgesic properties in mediumterm use. The complex peripheral neu-roregenerative pharmacodynamics of this combination provides a plausible basis for this finding. Further randomized studies are needed to explore this combination for the indication of neuropathic pain due to spinal structure involvement.

KEYWORDS

Uridine Triphosphate; Cytidine Monophosphate; Hydroxocobalamin; Analgesia

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Antonio Mibielli, M. , Pereira Nunes, C. , Scussel Jr., A. , Suchmacher Neto, M. , Oliveira, L. and Geller, M. 2014 Symptomatic improvement in an acute, non-traumatic spine pain model with a combination of uridine triphosphate, cytidine monophosphate, and hydroxocobalamin. Pain Studies and Treatment, 2, 6-10. doi: 10.4236-pst.2014.21002.





Autor: Marco Antonio Mibielli, Carlos Pereira Nunes, Ari Boulanger Scussel Jr., Mendel Suchmacher Neto, Lisa Oliveira, Mauro Geller

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/



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