Papel de vortioxetina en el tratamiento del dolor neuropático

@article{AlcntaraMontero2021PapelDV,
  title={Papel de vortioxetina en el tratamiento del dolor neurop{\'a}tico},
  author={Antonio Alc{\'a}ntara Montero and S.R. Pacheco de Vasconcelos},
  journal={Revista Espa{\~n}ola de Anestesiolog{\'i}a y Reanimaci{\'o}n},
  year={2021}
}
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Presente y futuras perspectivas en el abordaje farmacológico del dolor neuropático

Although the first-line drugs in the treatment of NP include, among others, anticonvulsants, the latest studies question the role of pregabalin, which leads us to consider periodic updates of the guidelines necessary for better clinical practice.

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