Cognitive processing therapy was directly compared with written exposure therapy for individuals with PTSD.
Individuals with chronic pain and PTSD have poor pain-related outcomes.
Mean reductions in Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale scores from baseline were significantly greater in the propranolol group compared with the placebo group.
Prolonged exposure therapy was associated with a greater reduction in PTSD symptom severity compared with a minimal-contact control.
Catatstrophic thinking about pain in children may mediate the relationship between chronic pain and PTSD.
In the military trauma setting, ketamine administration is not linked with PTSD.
The FDA has granted Breakthrough Therapy Designation to MDMA for treating PTSD.
Pregnant women with migraine are more likely to have PTSD.
Utilizing CPAP is thought to promote consolidation of emotional memory, which may assist in recovery from traumatic events.
Relationship of trauma memories to other PTSD symptoms offers early intervention potential.
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