Marlene Schrimpf's research while affiliated with Danube University Krems and other places

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This presentation focuses on the influences of sleep deprivation on pain perception
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Somatoform disorders(SD)are common medical disorders with prevalence rates between3.5%and 18.4%,depending on country and medical setting. SD as outlined in the ICD-10 exhibits various biological, social, and psychological pathogenic factors. Little is known about the neural correlates of SD. The aims of this meta-analysis are to identify neuronal a...
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Einleitung Reizdarm-Syndrom (RDS) und Fibromyalgie-Syndrom (FMS) sind häufige funktionelle Störungen. Klinisch zeigen sich sowohl Überlappungen, als auch Unterschiede. Diese Meta-Analyse überprüft, ob sich diese klinischen Eindrücke auch neurobiologisch manifestieren. Methoden Mittels systematischer Literaturrecherche wurden bildgebende Studien (PE...
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In dieser Präsentation wird die Neurobiologie der somatoformen Schmerzstörung anhand einer Meta-Analyse bildgebender Studien diskutiert.
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In diesem Vortrag werden die Auswirkung von Schlafdeprivation auf das Schmerzempfinden gesunder Probanden besprochen.
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Objectives: Health costs, which are increasing at a yearly rate of 4 %, represent 11% and thus a large share of Austria's gross domestic product (GDP). High expenditures derive frommental health care costs, including medication. In this article we investigate whether the costs and usage of psychopharmaceutic products in Austria are rising. Method:W...
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Background: There is strong evidence indicating an interaction between sleep and pain. However, the size of this effect, as well as the clinical relevance, is unclear. Therefore, this meta-analysis was conducted to quantify the effect of sleep deprivation on pain perception. Methods: A systematic literature search was conducted using the electro...

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... Tobacco usage is associated with a greater incidence and prevalence of pain ( Goldberg et al., 2000;Shiri et al., 2010b), while multimorbidity has profound consequences on the occurrence ( Schneider et al., 2007) and worsening of pain and physical functioning (Calders and Van Ginckel, 2018). Similarly, sleep has been posited as a key regulator of pain modulation, with effects on somatosensory sensitivity (Campbell et al., 2015;Schrimpf et al., 2015), pain severity (Gerhart et al., 2017), and interference ( Kothari et al., 2015). Although sleep and pain are temporally related, sleep quality appears to have a more robust influence on pain symptomatology than vice versa ( Finan et al., 2013;Gerhart et al., 2017), and may even serve as a risk factor for pain development and chronification (Gupta et al., 2007;Finan et al., 2013). ...
... 44 Some neuroimaging studies even provided a neurobiological basis for this somatosensory amplification phenomenon. 45,46 Apart from these biological explanations, it is necessary to consider psychological, social, and cultural factors, especially when interpreting comorbidity in claims data. 26 The claims data kept the record only if the patient was aware of the problem and sought medical consultation. ...
... No information was collected regarding other influencing environmental and psychological factors, e.g. sleep deprivation (Schrimpf et al. 2015). Though all experimental pain measurements were conducted by the same investigator, no blinding was performed. ...