Investigators conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis to assess the impact of opioid antagonist treatment on mortality.
The ASA suggests presurgical strategies to avoid postsurgical opioid reliance.
The utility of urine drug tests for identifying potential opioid prescription misuse was examined in this study.
The comparative efficacy of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for lower back pain was examined.
Anecdotal reports suggest that naltrexone, an opioid antagonist, may alleviate symptoms associated with CRPS.
A single-session pain management class results in clinically significant improvements in pain catastrophizing, pain intensity, and pain interference among individuals with chronic low back pain.
During the pandemic, CBD therapy reduced symptoms of burnout and emotional exhaustion among health care professionals working with COVID-19 patients.
Data are lacking on the effectiveness of acupuncture in alleviating pain post total knee replacement.
In a systematic review and meta-analysis, Neuroscience Research Australia investigators quantitatively analyzed 31 RCTs with a total of 6505 participants.
This review explores the cardiovascular consequences of opioids and the contributions of off-target electrophysiologic properties to mortality, and provides practical safety recommendations.