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.
Conditions such as chronic disease, mental illness, or substance abuse commonly overlap with each other and with poverty, which contributes to poor health.
Patients would like more thorough conversations with their primary care physician over the use of naloxone.
No significant differences were observed among treatments for pediatric migraines.
The average total cost was lower for pregabalin treatment due to lower use of concomitant medications, fewer primary care visits, and fewer sick days.
Women who received epidural pain relief during labor had lower scores on the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale.
Patients who knew they were taking a placebo pill still experienced less lower back pain.
Data from the CDC's National Health Statistics Reports show that more than half of adults in the United States have a musculoskeletal pain disorder.
Nonmedical use of prescription opioids in adolescence leads to substance use disorder symptoms in adulthoodOctober 04, 2016
Using medical or nonmedical prescribed opioids in adolescence may lead to alcohol, drug, and mental health disorders in adulthood.
A young Caucasian woman presented with complaints of years regarding pain in her feet but did not know the cause.
Massage therapy appears to be efficacious for reducing pain and anxiety in patients who are about to undergo or are recovering from surgical procedures.
Patients who suffer from cervical disc herniation can find relieve in percutaneous nucleoplasty (PCN) and pulsed radio frequency (PRF).
Data showed an increase in dystrophin production that could predict clinical benefit among patients with DMD.
Pregabalin significantly improves pain irrespective of the time since pain onset.
Developments in functional, structural, and neurochemical imaging could help predict individuals with acute pain who are likely to progress to chronic pain.
Oxycodone/naloxone may provide effective analgesia and improve patients' ability to participate in physiotherapy.
Research has shown that use of suboxone and methadone, in conjunction with counseling, can be effective addiction treatment.
Guideline from the American Urological Association has been revised to incorporate the management of patients with staghorn renal stones.
Patients provided with at least 2 refills were 2.25 times more likely to develop an opioid dependency.
Prepubertal children who regularly engage in sedentary behavior have an increased likelihood of experiencing various pain conditions.
Metamizole should be considered in patients with contraindications to NSAIDs.
Screening for pain at every visit is recommended, and management and treatment options are specified.