[Control of pain in the early post-traumatic period in the outpatient practice. Results of the multi-center observational study RAPTOR (Rational Analgesia PostTraumatic: an Observational Research)].

@article{Karateev2020ControlOP,
  title={[Control of pain in the early post-traumatic period in the outpatient practice. Results of the multi-center observational study RAPTOR (Rational Analgesia PostTraumatic: an Observational Research)].},
  author={Andrei E. Karateev and Aleksander M. Lila and N V Zagorodnii and Vera N. Amirdzhanova and E Y Pogozheva and E. S. Filatova and V. A. Nesterenko},
  journal={Terapevticheskii arkhiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={92 5},
  pages={
          69-77
        }
}
AIM Evaluate the frequency, nature and course of PTP, as well as the effectiveness and safety of NSAIDs in PTP in real clinical practice. MATERIALS AND METHODS The assessment of the condition and need for NSAIDs (original meloxicam) in 1115 outpatient patients who suffered a fracture of the radius (32.2%), injury to the knee (35.2%) or ligaments of the ankle (32.6%); women/men 51.5 and 48.5%, average age 46.915.5 years. We evaluated the dynamics of pain intensity (on a numerical rating scale… 
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