Researchers were not able to predict factors that would indicate that pharmacists actually dispense the medication.
Despite Increased Access, Naloxone Prescription Rates Low in Study
Orginally Published At: Pain Management – Pharmacy Times
Worldwide, more than 15 million children a year are born prematurely and this number is rising.43 In the NICU setting they are at risk of acute pain; one study reported a mean number of 11.4 painful procedures per day during the first 14 day.35 They are also at risk of prolonged or chronic pain from, […]
Chronic pain is among the most common complaints in primary care,15 yet patients and clinicians consistently report that negotiating treatment plans for chronic pain is often mutually frustrating and unproductive, especially when treatment involves opioid analgesics.11, 24, 30 Substantial increases in the use of opioids to treat chronic pain during the late 1990s and early […]
Resilience may mediate the relationships between positive affect and pain interference and depression in patients with multiple sclerosis.
Positive Affect, Resilience, and Pain in MS With Chronic Pain
Orginally Published At: Neuropathic Pain