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American Headache Society Includes CGRP Inhibitors in Updated Consensus Statement – AJMC.com Managed Markets Network

Providing healthcare professionals with up-to-date guidance for the use of preventive and acute treatments for migraine, the American Headache Society has published a consensus statement outlining indications for initiating, continuing, combining, and switching the treatments.  Providing healthcare professionals with up-to-date guidance for the use of novel treatments for migraine, the American Headache Society (AHS) has… Read More »

IV Fluid Not Superior to Normal Saline for Migraine Headache Pain – Neurology Advisor

January 08, 2019 Share this content: Investigators analyzed the effectiveness of IV fluid therapy in patients admitted to the emergency department with migraine. Intravenous (IV) saline fluid administration does not confer a clinically significant treatment effect on pain related to migraine headache, according to results of a pilot study published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine.… Read More »

Cervicogenic headache: Symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment – Medical News Today

A cervicogenic headache is a pain that develops in the neck, though a person feels the pain in their head. Cervicogenic headaches are secondary headaches. Secondary headaches are those caused by an underlying condition, such as neck injuries, infections, or severe high blood pressure. This sets them apart from primary headaches, such as migraines and… Read More »