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The reliability of retrospective and daily pain measurements was comparable among patients with hip osteoarthritis, except in individuals with severe intermittent pain for whom retrospective measurements may be less reliable.
Discharge summaries demonstrated higher mean speech recognition error rates.
The Pain Sensitivity Questionnaire and Pain Catastrophizing Scale were found to be predictive of a chronically painful state in patients undergoing spine surgery in a comparable manner.
Researchers sought to assess the prevalence of concomitant prescribing of opioid analgesics with a triptan or a serotogeneric antidepressant in individuals with migraine.
The 340B Drug Pricing Program was designed to improve revenue generation among hospitals by allowing participating centers to purchase specific outpatient drugs at a wholesale discount.
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