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Neuropathic Pain Treated with Antidepressants
Neuropathic pain may be reduced when patients take antidepressants that alter a brain pathway, according to a recent study.
Abdominal pain is the reason behind 5% of emergency department visits, according to a report in American Family Physician. But analgesic pain management differs greatly between racial/ethnic groups.
A combination of small molecules can change cells slated to be human skin cells into cells that support and repair nerves, called Schwann cells, according to findings published in the journal Development.
A recent study suggests that pain is inadequately treated in emergency departments, for a variety of reasons.
A committee of the European Medicines Agency has completed a long-anticipated review finding no evidence that human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines trigger complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) or postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS).
Simply asking the patient how they want their pain managed in the emergency room may be the key to managing pain effectively.
Earlier education, better understanding of pain guidelines, and better agreement among those guidelines are needed to prevent significant disparities in how certain types of pain are treated.

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