Search results for "Pain Management"

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Warfarin recalled, type 2 diabetes drug approved

Clinicians should monitor at-risk patients for the emergence of malignancies and educate patients and families about signs and symptoms, which may include splenomegaly, hepatomegaly, abdominal pain, persistent fever, night sweats ... A new requirement
July 2011

FDA asks clinicians to limit prescriptions of acetaminophen

To avoid acetaminophen overdoses, be clear with patients and tell them to take only 1 pain medication at a time unless they talk to a health care professional. ... If one combination drug becomes inadequate for pain, pick another, instead of just
May 2014

Pain management

or very low-certainty evidence showed that continuous passive motion and preoperative exercise offered no pain improvement or reduction in opioid consumption. ... 2. =62%). Low-certainty or very low-certainty evidence showed that continuous passive
August 2017

Digging into the causes and fixes of resistant hypertension

Another novel option is neuromodulation, which has been used for refractory angina, pain management, Parkinson's disease, migraine, and epilepsy, Dr.
September 2016


The patient intervention was telephone-based and involved weight management, physical activity, and cognitive-behavioral pain management. ... No between-group differences were seen in WOMAC subscale scores for pain, in physical performance, or in
December 2015

Neck pain

Significantly larger decreases in pain and associated disability also occurred in the intervention groups at months 3 and 6. ... This view is supported by our evidence showing that self-efficacy in pain management increased after acupuncture or Alexander
November 2015

4 steps to managing osteoarthritis pain in the elderly

The second step in pain management, she said, involves managing patients' expectations and educating them on what osteoarthritis is and what it is not. ... The fourth and final step in management of osteoarthritis pain is use of pharmacologic options, Dr.
July 2016

Letter to the Editor

We must bear responsibility for the creation of pain management mills, misguided patient expectations, and skyrocketing narcotic prescribing, abuse, and deaths. ... Instead, we need intelligent and targeted interventions for acute and chronic pain when
June 2015


The American Academy of Neurology issued a position paper outlining steps that can help physicians who prescribe chronic opioid analgesic therapy (COAT) for chronic noncancer pain (CNCP). ... Avoid escalating doses above 80 to 120 mg/d MED unless there
October 2014

Rhode Island practice adopts patient-centered medical home

The NCQA's Physician Practice Connections–Patient-Centered Medical Home program recognizes practices that meet benchmarks in nine categories, including use of patient self-management support, care coordination, evidence-based guidelines
September 2010

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