TPPM

Scope

Translational Perioperative and Pain Medicine (TPPM) focus on publishing innovative work, novel potential medications and technologies in perioperative arena and pain medicine especially these may have significant commercial value including new implications of a medication or device or new method in improving patient care and business in the related area.

Open Access

TPPM applies the Creative Commons Attribution License to all papers published in the journal. Under the CCAL, authors retain the copyright for their article and allow anyone to download, reuse, reprint, modify, and distribute as long as the authors of the original papers and the Translational Perioperative and Pain Medicine are cited. No written or verbal permission is needed from the authors or TRANSPOPMED.

Peer-Review

The quality of the work will be reviewed by the experts in the field who has no conflict of interests with the authors or the author's work.

Indexing and Archiving

DOI, CAS (American Chemical Society), AcademicKeys, Google Scholar, PubMed and PubMed Central (NIH funding related articles).

Current Issue

Case Report and Literature Review: Interventional Management of Erythromelalgia

Gregory Chinn, MD, PhD and Zhonghui Guan, MD

Chinn G, Guan Z. Case Report and Literature Review: Interventional Management of Erythromelalgia. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6(4):91-97.

Water Soluble G-protein Coupled Receptor Enabled Biosensors

Renyu Liu, MD, PhD, A. T. Charlie Johnson, PhD and Jeffery G. Saven, PhD

Liu R, Johnson ATC, Saven JG. Water Soluble G-protein Coupled Receptor Enabled Biosensors. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6(4):98-103

Does Size Matter? The Rationale for Centralising Acute Stroke Care into a Smaller Number of Larger Units

Anthony Rudd, FRCP

Rudd A. Does Size Matter? The Rationale for Centralising Acute Stroke Care into a Smaller Number of Larger Units. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6 (4):104-105

BIX01294, a G9a Inhibitor, Alleviates Nerve Injury-induced Pain Hypersensitivities during Both Development and Maintenance Periods

Lingli Liang, Jian-Yuan Zhao, Ticehurst Kathryn, Alex Bekker and Yuan-Xiang Tao

Liang L, Jian-Yuan Z, Kathryn T, Bekker A, Yuan- Xiang T. BIX01294, a G9a Inhibitor, Alleviates Nerve Injury-induced Pain Hypersensitivities during Both Development and Maintenance Periods. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6 (4):106-114

Salvinorin A as a Potential Medication for Stroke

John Grothusen, PhD and Renyu Liu, MD, PhD

Grothusen J, Liu R. Salvinorin A as a Potential Medication for Stroke. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6 (4):115-119

Implications of Chronic Opioid Therapy on Perioperative Complications and Long-Term Surgical Recovery

Da Liu MD, PhD, Matthew DiMeglio MBA, Michael DiMartino, Jihane Hajj DNP, Maria Mukhanova, Karima Rai, Mazell Winikor MD, Krzysztof Laudanski MD, PhD, MA, FCCM

Liu D, DiMeglio M, DiMartino M, Hajj J, Mukhanova M, et al. Implications of Chronic Opioid Therapy on Perioperative Complications and Long-Term Surgical Recovery. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6 (4):120-128

Is There Still a Role for Succinylcholine in Contemporary Clinical Practice?

Christian Bohringer, Hana Moua and Hong Liu

Bohringer C, Moua H, Liu H. Is There Still a Role for Succinylcholine in Contemporary Clinical Practice?. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6 (4):129-135

Management Considerations in Complicated Peripartum Cardiomyopathy

Linda He, BA, MS, Azfar Niazi, MD and Sabry Ayad, MD, MBA

He L, Niazi A, Ayad S. Management Considerations in Complicated Peripartum Cardiomyopathy. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6 (4):136-140

Physicians in Promoting Stroke Awareness: A Multidisciplinary Effort

Yanqin Lou, MD and Lize Xiong, MD, PhD

Lou Y, Xiong L. Physicians in Promoting Stroke Awareness: A Multidisciplinary Effort. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6 (4):141-144