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6. Stoere mannen, gevoelige vrouwen – pijn en sekseverschillen in perspectief

Auteurs: prof. dr. Monique Steegers, dr. Esmeralda Blaney Davidson, dr. Selina van der Wal

Gepubliceerd in: Gendersensitieve huisartsgeneeskunde

Uitgeverij: Bohn Stafleu van Loghum

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Samenvatting

Pijn komt vaker voor bij vrouwen dan bij mannen en pijn wordt door vrouwen anders ervaren dan door mannen. Vrouwen hebben een grotere pijngevoeligheid. Dit wordt onder andere veroorzaakt door verschillen in de pathofysiologie van pijn, waarbij er een rol is weggelegd voor hormonen. Daarnaast spelen ook sociale en psychologische verschillen een rol. Als men conform de huidige NHG-Standaard Pijn een anamnese afneemt en de behandeling start, wordt er niet tot nauwelijks rekening gehouden met verschillen tussen mannen en vrouwen. Tevens is er vaak onbewust sprake van genderbias in de behandeling. Aan de hand van een casus over postherpetische neuralgie nemen we u mee in het verschil tussen mannen en vrouwen in pijnpresentatie. Tevens zullen we inzicht geven in pathofysiologische processen, gecombineerd met handvatten voor een geïndividualiseerde behandeling, gelet op man-vrouwverschillen. Hierbij kunnen er verschillen zijn in de werkzaamheid van analgetica en in de algemene pijnbehandeling.
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Metagegevens
Titel
Stoere mannen, gevoelige vrouwen – pijn en sekseverschillen in perspectief
Auteurs
prof. dr. Monique Steegers
dr. Esmeralda Blaney Davidson
dr. Selina van der Wal
Copyright
2022
Uitgeverij
Bohn Stafleu van Loghum
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-368-2707-2_6