New Study Assesses Tramadol, Codeine, and the Risk of Cardiovascular Events
Tramadol is examined alongside codeine to determine if it puts patients at a higher risk of adverse cardiovascular events.
Emergency Department Clinicians Share Perspectives on Treating Lower Back Pain
Clinicians identified key strategies that could improve the challenge of treating lower back pain in emergency departments.
Systematic Review Assesses the Risk of Cancer in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients
Looking specifically at patients who have been treated with biologic disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs, this study examines the risk of new or recurrent cancer.
Prevalence of Methamphetamine Use, Overdose Death on the Rise
Results show an increase in methamphetamine use, methamphetamine use disorder, and overdose mortality.
Evaluating the Impact of Telehealth on Hydroxyurea Response
New study finds that telehealth is a viable option for treating sickle cell anemia patients in rural populations.
Biologic Treatment Preferences Revealed Among Psoriatic Arthritis Patients
Results show how patients with psoriatic arthritis prioritize their decisions when choosing medication.
The US Pain Foundation Sets September Initiative for Awareness with #PainCounts
The US Pain Foundation starts off September strong for Pain Awareness Month by releasing a touching video that gets personal about chronic pain.
Evaluating the Effects of Buprenorphine Rotation
Patients with chronic pain may benefit from rotation to buprenorphine.
Kim Smith-Whitley, MD: The Impact of Voxelotor on Pediatric Sickle Cell
Voxelotor has the potential to decrease long-term problems in pediatric sickle cell disease.
Kim Smith-Whitley, MD: Voxelotor and Sickle Cell Disease
Kim Smith-Whitley, MD, discussed her research on voxelotor as treatment for children with sickle cell disease.
Kim Smith-Whitley, MD: New Treatment for Children with Sickle Cell Disease
Voxelotor study results show it’s just as effective in children as adults and adolescents.
Testing and Risk of COVID-19 in Patients with Immune Mediated Inflammatory Disease
Investigators analyze the differences between SARS-CoV-2 testing and risk of infection.
Chronic Pain Treatment Converts to Telemedicine for COVID-19 Pandemic
Patients with lower pain intensity were more accepting of telemedicine treatments.
Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease Linked to Sleep Disorder Complications
Obstructive sleep apneas and overnight hypoxemia are more likely to develop in patients with sickle cell disease.
Assessing Physical Activity Levels in Patients with Axial Spondyloarthritis
High levels of sedentary activity and low levels of physical activity found in patients with axSpA
Health Costs of Chronic Pain in Women are Higher with Opioid Treatment
Utilizing CIH treatment is effective on its own or in combination with opioid treatment for lower costs.
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