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Synonyms for pain

Synonyms for pain

a sensation of physical discomfort occurring as the result of disease or injury

one that makes another totally miserable by causing sharp pain and irritation


to cause suffering or painful sorrow to

to have or cause a feeling of physical pain or discomfort

Synonyms for pain

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There should be an established Yes Yes acute pain service 2.
These findings, drawn from the claims of nationwide commercial insurance beneficiaries, indicate that in 2014 the median duration of initial opioid analgesic prescriptions for acute pain indications in a primary care setting was 4-7 days.
This trial confirms that a low dose (10 mg) of IV ketorolac is just as effective for acute pain control as higher 15- and 30-mg doses.
Acute pain is often undetected or inadequately treated.
Comment: This study demonstrated that acupuncture was more effective and better tolerated than intravenous morphine in the treatment of acute pain due to various causes.
A recent cohort study in pediatric pain management examined the use of low-dose ketamine infusion in the treatment of acute pain for multiple different diagnoses.
Anesthesia Associates of Naples was established in 2007 and provides a broad range of subspecialty anesthesia services including gastroenterology, orthopedic, general surgery, urology and acute pain management for post-operative pain.
RICE is the standard protocol for treating acute pain and is recommended within the first 24 hours of injury.
This report provides comprehensive information on the therapeutic development for Acute Pain, complete with comparative analysis at various stages, therapeutics assessment by drug target, mechanism of action (MoA), route of administration (RoA) and molecule type, along with latest updates, and featured news and press releases.
Objective: To assess the frequency and types of adjustments that acute pain service makes to postoperative analgesic regimes to improve pain relief or treat side effects.
Most SCA children are ambulatory and often enter the acute inpatient system for debilitating events such as crises or acute pain. Crippling pain is the most frequent symptom associated with SCA.
2) Although opioids work tremendously well for acute pain (such as acute injuries or after surgery), they are not 'miracle drugs'for chronic pain and should be reserved for patients who do not do well enough with other drugs, such as anti-inflammatories.
Nonpharmacologic interventions, such as heat, cold, or massage, can be tried for mild-to-moderate acute pain. Nonopioid medications (e.g., acetaminophen, NSAIDs) are options as well.
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