Efficacy of musculoskeletal injections by primary care providers in the office: a retrospective cohort study

@inproceedings{Bhagra2013EfficacyOM,
  title={Efficacy of musculoskeletal injections by primary care providers in the office: a retrospective cohort study},
  author={Anjali S Bhagra and Husnain Syed and Darcy A. Reed and Thomas H Poterucha and Stephen S. Cha and Tammy J Baumgartner and Paul Y. Takahashi},
  booktitle={International journal of general medicine},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Musculoskeletal joint pain of varied etiology can be diagnosed and treated with joint and soft-tissue corticosteroid injections. PURPOSE The purpose of our study was to compare patients' bodily pain and quality of life (QOL), in addition to the procedural benefit and patient satisfaction, before and after musculoskeletal injections in the office setting. PATIENTS AND METHODS Patients were eligible for recruitment if they were over age 18 and had an injection for musculoskeletal… CONTINUE READING
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