• Analgesics, Falls, & Fractures in the Elderly

    by  • 14 November 2011 • Pain News

    Research presented at the recent American College of Rheumatology Annual Scientific Meeting examined whether a shift from nonopioid analgesics toward the use of opioids to treat arthritis pain in senior citizens also incurred an increase in falls and fractures. While, overall, there was a marked increase in the percentage of elderly patients who suffered a fall or fracture, a cause-effect

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