Gagan Mahajan

Title(s)Professor, Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
CA 95817
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    1. Role of Urine Drug Testing in the Current Opioid Epidemic. Anesth Analg. 2017 12; 125(6):2094-2104. Mahajan G. PMID: 29189366.
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    2. chapter 11 Major opioids in pain management. . 2011 Jan 1; 85-96. Mahajan MG, Sheth SS, Holtsman HM. .
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    3. Long-acting opioids and short-acting opioids: appropriate use in chronic pain management. Pain Med. 2009 Jul; 10 Suppl 2:S79-88. Fine PG, Mahajan G, McPherson ML. PMID: 19691687.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 29     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    4. Chapter 47 SACROILIAC JOINT PAIN. . 2009 Jan 1; 354-363. Loomba LD, Mahajan MG. .
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    5. Pain Clinic Emergencies. Pain Medicine. 2008 May 1; 9(S1):s113-s120. Mahajan MG. .
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    6. A case of pulsed radiofrequency lesioning for occipital neuralgia. Pain Med. 2006 Sep-Oct; 7(5):453-6. Navani A, Mahajan G, Kreis P, Fishman SM. PMID: 17014606.
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    7. Chapter 13 Opioid Therapy: Adverse Effects Including Addiction. . 2005 Jan 1; 113-123. Mahajan MG, Wilsey WB, Fishman FS. .
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    8. Chapter 11 Major Opioids in Pain Management. . 2005 Jan 1; 94-105. Mahajan MG, Fishman FS. .
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    9. Rehabilitation of postcardiac surgery stroke patients. Progress, outcomes, and comparisons with other stroke patients. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2003 Jul; 82(7):537-43; quiz 544-5, 564. Kevorkian CG, Kaldis T, Mahajan G, Graves DE. PMID: 12819541.
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    10. Other benefits of an opioid "agreement". J Pain Symptom Manage. 2003 May; 25(5):402-3; author replay 403-4. Doleys DM, Rickman L. PMID: 12727034.
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    11. Methadone reincarnated: novel clinical applications with related concerns. Pain Med. 2002 Dec; 3(4):339-48. Fishman SM, Wilsey B, Mahajan G, Molina P. PMID: 15099239.
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    12. The trilateral opioid contract. Bridging the pain clinic and the primary care physician through the opioid contract. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2002 Sep; 24(3):335-44. Fishman SM, Mahajan G, Jung SW, Wilsey BL. PMID: 12458115.
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