Emergency departments are increasingly seeing patients for repeat opioid-related care.
Patients with osteoarthritis and diabetes experience greater knee pain and worse physical and mental status compared with patients without diabetes.
Management of elective surgical procedures in the setting of COVID-19 is addressed in two sets of recommendations.
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Women who take less opioid pain medication in the 24-hour period before being discharged from the hospital after a cesarean delivery also use less opioid medication during the four weeks following discharge.
Patients with opioid use disorder (OUD) who receive medications for OUD following endocarditis may experience improved health-related outcomes.
A systemwide, multipronged pain management and opioid reduction program can significantly reduce opioid discharge prescriptions written for more than five days.
Several nonglycemic factors may increase the risk for the development of diabetic peripheral neuropathy among people with type 1 diabetes.
Based on modeling, between 1,043 and 9,484 individuals in the United States are estimated to have been infected with SARS-CoV-2 as of March 1, 2020.
The threshold for pain interfering with daily activities was reported to be 3 on a 0 to 10 numeric rating scale by patients with rheumatoid arthritis.