Give your pain service a shot of efficiency. 10 tips for treating chronic pain more quickly, safely and profitably.
Study explores Exparel's use in managing abdominal surgery pain. IV analgesic reduces post-bariatric opioids.
You need to manage post-op pain, not eliminate it completely. Stop overusing opioids.
Researchers speculate that incision site pain may influence some surgical patients' temporary post-op memory and learning impairments.
Consider alternatives to opioids, most patients do fine with a combination of analgesics and regional blocks.
Pain management: Ensure the safety and satisfaction of your chronic pain patients with these tips.
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