Reduction of human experimental muscle pain by alfentanil and morphine.

  title={Reduction of human experimental muscle pain by alfentanil and morphine.},
  author={Hel{\`e}ne Schulte and M{\"a}rta Segerdahl and Thomas Graven-Nielsen and Stefan Grass},
  journal={European journal of pain},
  volume={10 8},
Musculoskeletal pain is a major clinical problem. By using various experimental models in humans, the understanding of the basic mechanisms behind muscle pain can increase, thereby giving hope for new and optimized treatment. Opioids are increasingly often used to treat muscle pain. There are, however, a limited number of previous studies on opioids and muscle pain, most of them using a relative low, single dose. Therefore, we wanted to further study the effect of two rather high doses of… CONTINUE READING
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