• What Works Best for Acute Pain? Evidence Review.

    by  • 10 November 2011 • Pain News

    A Cochrane Review of data from about 45,000 patients involved in approximately 350 individual clinical trials provides evidence of what to expect from commonly used pain relievers taken at specific doses for acute postoperative pain. The review also identifies analgesics for which there is only poor or no reliable evidence. Topping the list for pain relief were etoricoxib and


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