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Pain Management

Apr 1, 2018 Issue
Helping Patients Live with Chronic Pain [Close-ups]

Providing high-quality, patient-centered care for those living with chronic pain includes developing a good understanding of the many ways the pain affects their lives are affected by their symptoms and validating their concerns and feelings.


Mar 15, 2018 Issue
Ibuprofen and Morphine Provide Similar Post-op Pain Relief in Kids; Ibuprofen Has Fewer Harms [POEMs]

This carefully designed and adequately powered study found no difference in pain reduction between ibuprofen and oral morphine in children with postoperative pain. Adverse effects, however, were much more likely with morphine.


Mar 1, 2018 Issue
Ibuprofen Plus Acetaminophen Equals Opioid Plus Acetaminophen for Acute Severe Extremity Pain [POEMs]

In adults presenting to the emergency department with acute extremity pain severe enough to warrant radiologic investigation, ibuprofen plus acetaminophen was equally effective in reducing pain intensity at two hours compared with three different opioid and acetaminophen combination analgesics.


Feb 1, 2018 Issue
Opioids for Acute Pain: Proceed with Caution [Close-ups]

Physicians should consider nonopioid options for postsurgery pain to avoid the unpleasant effects of of withdrawal and risk of dependence.


Feb 1, 2018 Issue
Effectiveness of Skin-to-Skin Care for Procedure-Related Pain in Newborns [Cochrane for Clinicians]

Skin-to-skin care, also known as kangaroo care, effectively reduces physiologic and behavioral measures of pain in neonates during painful procedures and has no identified adverse effects. Infants who received skin-to-skin care during painful procedures had a heart rate of 10.8 beats per minute less...


Dec 15, 2017 Issue
Hypnosis for Surgical Pain [FPIN's Help Desk Answers]

Hypnosis provides small to moderate improvements in surgical pain and burn debridement pain in adults.


Dec 1, 2017 Issue
Topical Capsaicin for Treatment of Chronic Neuropathic Pain in Adults [Medicine by the Numbers]


Nov 15, 2017 Issue
Use of Mindfulness or Self-Hypnosis Provides Immediate Pain Relief to Hospitalized Patients [POEMs]

Compared with psychoeducation, a single 15-minute session of training in mindfulness or self-hypnosis leads to greater immediate pain relief for hospitalized patients with at least moderate pain at baseline.


Sep 15, 2017 Issue
Low Back Pain: American College of Physicians Practice Guideline on Noninvasive Treatments [Practice Guidelines]

The American College of Physicians has released a guideline, which partially updates its 2007 guideline, to provide recommendations for noninvasive treatment of acute (duration less than four weeks), subacute (duration of four to 12 weeks), and chronic (duration longer than 12 weeks) low back pain. It does not address topical or epidural therapies.


Aug 15, 2017 Issue
No Added Benefit with Higher Doses of Ketorolac for Treatment of Acute Pain in the Emergency Department [POEMs]

A 10-mg dose of ketorolac is as effective as higher doses for the short-term treatment of acute pain for patients in the emergency department.


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