Can Vitamin C Prevent Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in Patients with Wrist Fractures? Authors' reply

@inproceedings{Frolke2007CanVC,
  title={Can Vitamin C Prevent Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in Patients with Wrist Fractures? Authors' reply},
  author={J.P.M. Frolke},
  year={2007}
}
To The Editor: In the article “Can Vitamin C Prevent Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in Patients with Wrist Fractures? A Randomized, Controlled, Multicenter Dose-Response Study” (2007;89:1424-31), Zollinger et al. studied the prophylactic effect of vitamin C on the prevalence of complex regional pain syndrome in 416 patients with a wrist fracture. They concluded that vitamin C is indeed effective, and they recommended giving 500 mg of vitamin C daily for fifty days to each patient with a wrist… CONTINUE READING

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