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Endomorphins, spinal cord stimulation, psychotherapy: non-opioid alternatives for the management of chronic pain.
A detailed examination of a patient's active medication list is critically important, and the authors propose that early detection of serotonin excess.
Use of neurostimulation devices is associated with a number of drawbacks, including high costs and the potential for procedurally related complications such as lead migration and infection.
Nasal delivery provides rapid relief
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