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CDHCongenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
CDHComisión de Derechos Humanos (Spanish: Commission of Human rights)
CDHCentre Démocrate Humaniste (Belgium Democratic Humanist Center)
CDHCentral DuPage Hospital (Winfield, IL)
CDHCenter for Digital Humanities (various schools)
CDHConseil des Droits de l'Homme (French: Human Rights Council)
CDHComputational Diffie Hellman
CDHCustomer Data Hub
CDHConsumer Driven Healthcare
CDHCretin Derham Hall
CDHConsumer-Directed Healthcare
CDHConsumer Directed Health
CDHChronic Daily Headache
CDHCollège des Humanités (French: College of Humanities)
CDHCentralvereinigung Deutscher Wirtschaftsverbände für Handelsvermittlung und Vertrieb (National Federation of German Commercial Agencies and Distribution)
CDHCommunity Dental Health (journal)
CDHCentral District Hospital (various locations)
CDHCustomer Data Hub (Oracle)
CDHColorado Department of Health
CDHCollectif des Démocrates Handicapés (French: Collective Disabled Democrats)
CDHConseil Départemental d'Hygiène (French: County Board of Health)
CDHCongenital Dysplasia of the Hip
CDHCentro de Direitos Humanos (Spanish: Center for Human Rights; Brazil)
CDHCentre des Droits de l'Homme et du Droit Humanitaire (French: Center of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law)
CDHCalifornia Department of Health
CDHCamden, AR, USA (Airport Code)
CDHChronic Disease Hospital
CDHCooperative Document Handling
CDHCommand & Data Handling
CDHCowichan District Hospital (Duncan, British Columbia, Canada)
CDHClub de l'Horloge (French: Clock Club)
CDHCombined Defence Headquarters
CDHConstant Delta Height
CDHCoalición de Derechos Humanos
CDHCentre Départemental de l'Habitat (French: County Center for Housing)
CDHCountable Dense Homogeneous (mathematics)
CDHCommunications and Data Handling
CDHCash Department Head (retail)
CDHConference on the Human Dimension (Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe conference)
CDHCTIC Device Hybrid
CDHC-E Delete History
CDHCongenital Disclocation of the Hip
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After the investigators controlled for age and gender, patients with chronic daily headache were 6.4-fold more likely to have a sleep disturbance than were patients with episodic migraine.
Chronic daily headache was defined as headaches occurring at least 15 days per month.
These patients account for 20% of the chronic daily headache population, and may be increasing in number.
Chronic daily headache is often difficult to treat.
"The more you treat patients with chronic daily headache, the more you learn you did not get it right the first time," Dr.
The investigators noted a close temporal relationship between the appearance of a sleep difficulty and the transformation of episodic migraine to chronic daily headache. This suggests that attention to sleep hygiene may prevent that transformation.
Of the 336 patients (237 women), 291 reported experiencing headaches within the past 12 months, and 73% of those with headache met the International Headache Society criteria for either migraine or probable migraine, and 46% met the criteria for chronic daily headache (15 or more headaches in the previous month).
Physicians at the institute use a number of criteria to decide whether to admit a patient with chronic daily headache. Most important, the headache must be moderate to severe, and it must have failed to respond to aggressive outpatient or emergency department services.
"Is it analgesic overuse that leads to chronic daily headache? Or is it chronic daily headache that leads to analgesic overuse?
Chronic daily headache patients must understand at the outset that the brain has to be reset and takes time to heal after long-time overuse of medications.
Jes Olesen of the University of Copenhagen and chair of the IHS Headache Classification Committee "We agree that chronic daily headache is not a diagnosis but a way of segmenting out the most severely affected patients and having one or more diagnoses after that."
Physicians use a number of criteria to decide whether to admit a patient with chronic daily headache. The headache must be moderate to severe, and it must have failed to respond to aggressive outpatient or emergency department services.
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