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Caffeine as an analgesic adjuvant in tension headache
Six randomized, double‐blind, two‐period crossover studies, conducted under similar protocols, compared the efficacy of two analgesic combinations containing caffeine with an acetaminophen 1000 mgExpand
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A model to evaluate mild analgesics in oral surgery outpatients
A model was developed to evaluate mild analgesics in an oral surgery outpatient clinic population. On a reportform, patients recorded starting pain and then pain intensities, relief responses, andExpand
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Analgesic studies of codeine and oxycodone in patients with cancer. II. Comparisons of intramuscular oxycodone with intramuscular morphine and codeine.
The relative analgesic potency of single graded intramuscular doses of oxycodone and morphine was evaluated in a double-blind study in patients with chronic pain due to cancer. When both intensityExpand
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A dinical eomparison of the analgesie effects of methadone and morphine administered intramuseularly, and oforally and parenterally administered methadone
The relative analgesic potency of single graded intramuscular doses of methadone and morphine was evaluated in a double‐blind crossover study in patients with chronic pain due to cancer. If oneExpand
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A comparison of the analgesic effects of methotrimeprazine and morphine in patients with cancer
A double‐blind crossover evaluation of the relative analgesic potency of graded intramuscular doses of methotrimeprazine and morphine was carried out in patients with cancer. The configurations ofExpand
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Evaluation of Ketorolac, Aspirin, and an Acetaminophen‐Codeine Combination in Postoperative Oral Surgery Pain
One‐hundred twenty‐eight outpatients with postoperative pain after the surgical removal of impacted third molars were randomly assigned, on a double‐blind basis, to receive oral doses of ketorolacExpand
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Analgesic studies of codeine and oxycodone in patients with cancer. I. Comparisons of oral with intramuscular codeine and of oral with intramuscular oxycodone.
The relative analgesic potency of oral and intramuscular codeine was evaluated in a double-blind crossover comparison of graded single doses in patients with chronic pain due to cancer. When bothExpand
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On the mechanism of drug-induced gingival hyperplasia.
Proposed mechanisms of the side effect of drug-induced gingival hyperplasia are reviewed. Hypotheses with regard to inflammation from bacterial plaque, increased sulfated glycosaminoglycans,Expand
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A clinical comparison of the effects of oral and intramuscular administration of analgesics: Pentazocine and phenazocine
The relative analgesic potency of oral and intramuscular pentazocine was evaluated in a double‐blind crossover comparison of graded single doses in patients with chronic pain due to cancer. When bothExpand
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A comparison of the analgesic effect of intramuscular nalbuphine and morphine in patients with postoperative pain.
  • W. T. Beaver, G. Feise
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of pharmacology and experimental…
  • 1 February 1978
In a double-study, using patients' subjective reports as indices of analgesia, the relative analgesic potency of intramuscular nalbuphine and morphine was determined in 56 postoperative patients. AExpand
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