A significant reduction in the incidence and severity of headaches associated with electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) was observed in patients receiving preemptive analgesia with acetaminophen.
Acetaminophen and ibuprofen are frequently under-dosed in children in the emergency department.
Physicians who want to prescribe alternatives for pain management should familiarize themselves with current research.
Children exposed to acetaminophen prenatally are at increased risk of multiple behavioral difficulties.
CPA reports on a new analgesic formulation designed to provide both immediate and prolonged analgesia for up to 12 hours in patients with acute pain.
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