In a systematic review and meta-analysis, Neuroscience Research Australia investigators quantitatively analyzed 31 RCTs with a total of 6505 participants.
Researchers evaluated the association between Assessment of Spondyloarthritis International Society Health Index (ASAS-HI) and disease activity and burden in patients with spondyloarthritis.
A Weill Cornell Medicine team analyzed Health Care Cost Institute database claims, with opioid prescription gaps ≥30 days considered long-term nonuse.
Nevro’s SCS system for painful diabetic neuropathy will be available under the brand name HFX™ for PDN.
It is known that disparities exist among US adolescent suicide death rates by sex, race, and ethnicity. Study researchers look at suicidal ideation and attempts amidst these same parameters from 1991 and 2019.
The objective of this systematic review was to study the effects of lidocaine on postoperative pain scores and recovery after cardiac surgery.
The review authors sought to elucidate the neurological harms of methamphetamine, which are well-documented but poorly understood.
N-nitroso-varenicline may be associated with an increased cancer risk based on data from closely related nitrosamine compounds.
COVID-19 severity at hospital admission predicts complications even in young adults and those without pre-existing health conditions.
The researchers evaluated how an opioid restriction law in Florida affected the use of prescription NSAIDs.
One of the objectives of this study was to examine how early childhood factors at the individual-, parental-, and family-level predict pain trajectories.
Study researchers conducted a narrative review to update the public on the new classification of trigeminal neuralgia, clinical signs, pathophysiology, and management.
This review explores the cardiovascular consequences of opioids and the contributions of off-target electrophysiologic properties to mortality, and provides practical safety recommendations.
A joint opinion from the ACC, AHA, ESC, and WHF highlights the issue of burnout as one of most common negative barriers to clinician well-being that needs to be addressed for the provision of high-quality patient care.
Study authors analyzed data from 10,541 hospitalized patients with active COVID-19 disease to evaluate the relationship between the use of statins and COVID-19 outcomes.
The researchers’ goal was to provide the initial evidence for the safety and efficacy of sublingual ketamine in patients with chronic nonmalignant pain.
Researchers evaluated the effectiveness of the SARS-CoV-2 vaccination in the IBD population and the potential impact of immunosuppressive medications.
The researchers studied mothers of infants with neonatal abstinence syndrome and/or prenatal substance exposure and whether they received treatment for substance use disorder.
Therapies used to treat COVID-19 in solid organ transplant recipients shifted since the pandemic began
A narrative review summarized the findings of 69 prospective longitudinal studies to inform practitioners and policy makers about the outcomes of physical punishment and identified 7 key themes.