An interview with Stephen G. Henry about the effect of discussing pain on patient-physician communication in a low-income, black primary care population.
Month: October 2013
Opioids play an important and omnipresent role in the treatment of moderate to severe acute and chronic pain. The fact of the matter is that in patients with acute pain, such as postoperative pain, opioids are utilized as the first-line treatment at least 98% of the time. Opioids are also recognized as the cornerstone of… Read more »