Contemporary and emergent pharmacological therapies for chronic pain: nonopioid analgesia.

Abstract

The American Pain Society estimates that 50 million Americans are partially or totally disabled by pain. This striking statistic is certain to increase as our population continues to age. In order to combat this growing problem, healthcare professionals must arm themselves with information. By developing the appropriate pain assessment skills and by staying… (More)
DOI: 10.1586/14737175.1.1.81

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@article{Cox2001ContemporaryAE, title={Contemporary and emergent pharmacological therapies for chronic pain: nonopioid analgesia.}, author={J. M. Cox and Marilena Pappagallo}, journal={Expert review of neurotherapeutics}, year={2001}, volume={1 1}, pages={81-91} }