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Chronic pain is quite common as well as challenging in geriatric patients. Common pain syndromes reported are back, neck, sciatica, joint, and headaches.

Any major surgery for back pain or joint replacement can be high risk secondary to comorbid conditions. Patients are quite sensitive to side...

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A perennial PAINWeek favorite returns! Many patients receiving opioids will need to be switched from one to another during therapy, or at least from one dosage formulation or route of administration to another. During this session, practitioners learn to recognize clinical situations in which opioid...

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New research conducted by a team from Université Paris-Saclay and Université Paris Descartes may represent another advance toward the quest for a new molecule that provides analgesia without addiction. The team’s work centers on naturally occurring peptides such as enkephalin that bind to opioid...

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