Pain Management Information Center
The Veterans Administration and Department of Defense issue a clinical practice guideline regarding opioid therapy for chronic pain in veterans.
The ACP has released 3 recommendations for the treatment of patients with acute, subacute, and chronic low back pain.
Intravenous lidocaine is safe for reducing pain in patients in the ICU with varying degrees of organ dysfunction.
The toolkit will provide healthcare professionals with adequate tools to manage their patients' pain.
Researchers identify strategies that could ensure access to naloxone.
Recent data suggests that a virtual reality game could reduce pain by as much as one-half.
A program based on cognitive behavioral therapy and physical exercise could improve pain self-management in patients with complex pain.
Intrarosa provides an additional treatment option for women with dyspareunia caused by vulvar and vaginal atrophy.
Lidocaine patches may be effective for patients who are in pain but are looking to avoid drugs that could be addictive.
Researchers conducted an examination in patients over 65 years with moderate-to-severe pain in an academic emergency department.