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Predicting Infections After RSA | Feature

“A failed prior arthroplasty was identified as an independent risk factor for infection after RSA.” — Brent J. Morris, MD

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Persistent Pain in Older Patients | Feature

To adequately treat persistent pain in older individuals, a clear understanding of the patient’s treatment goals and expectations is needed. A combination of approaches is essential and a therapeutic alliance should be made between patients and physicians.

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Opioid Abuse & Mortality Trends | Feature

Diversion and abuse of prescription opioid medications appears to have increased between 2002 and 2010 and plateaued or decreased between 2011 and 2013, according to new data. While the findings are encouraging, clinicians must remain vigilant in their efforts to control abuse of opioids.

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No Life Limited by Pain 2015 | Feature

New research was presented at No Life Limited by Pain 2015, the annual meeting of the American Academy of Pain Management, from September 17 to 20 in

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CME: Opioid Use in Chronic Non-Cancer Pain | Feature

The management of chronic non-cancer pain (CNCP)—defined as pain lasting beyond 3 months—has emerged as a significant challenge for healthcare providers throughout the United States. In recent

Virtual Reality for Pain Management – Video | Feature

Psychologist Ted Jones discusses the benefits of using virtual reality to treat pain and explains how the distractions can be more beneficial than pills or injections.

Understanding Unintentional Opioid Overdose Injury | News Brief

Among opioid users, unintentional overdose injury appears to be related to the prescribed opioid’s duration of action, according to researchers from Boston. Patients with chronic painful conditions

The Cost of Pediatric Pain Conditions | News Brief

Healthcare expenditures for pediatric pain-related conditions exert a considerable economic burden on the United States, according to findings of a national study. Pediatric pain-related conditions were associated

Measuring Cognitive Function in Fibromyalgia | News Brief

University of Michigan researchers have found that the Multidimensional Inventory of Subjective Cognitive Impairment (MISCI) appears to be a reliable method for measuring perceived cognitive function in

Comparing Hernia Repair Approaches | News Brief

Among patients with a small umbilical or epigastric hernia, mesh repair appears to halve the long-term risk of recurrence when compared with sutured repair. Researchers found recurrence

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CME: Persistent Pain in Older Patients | Feature

To adequately treat persistent pain in older individuals, a clear understanding of the patient’s treatment goals and expectations is needed. A combination of approaches is essential and a therapeutic alliance should be made between patients and physicians.

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Opioid Use & Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty | Opinion Article

Reverse shoulder arthroplasty (RSA), a procedure designed for treating diseased rotator cuff tears with arthritis, can be used to improve function and provide pain relief. Opioids are

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IAS 2015 | Opinion Article

New research was presented at IAS 2015, the International AIDS Society Conference, from July 19 to 22 in Vancouver, Canada. The features below highlight some of the

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Ethical Pain Management in the ED | Opinion Article

According to published reports, up to 75% of ED patients present with pain-related complaints, and more than half come to the ED with severe or moderate pain.

Can NSAIDs Help Prevent Skin Cancer? | News Brief

Users of NSAIDs appear have significantly reduced risk of squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) when compared with nonusers, according to a systematic review. Aspirin users were also found

Using the Web to Cope With Pain | News Brief

Pain coping skills training using an internet-based program called PainCOACH appears to reduce pain levels among patients with osteoarthritis who use the intervention, according to a study.

Sickle Cell Disease & Sleep | News Brief

Patients with sickle cell disease who have shorter sleep duration, fragmented sleep, or inefficient sleep appear to have more days of greater pain severity, according to study

Defining Rx Opioid Overdose Risk | News Brief

Patients who use multiple pharmacies concurrently and have overlapping opioid prescriptions appear to be at greater risk for opioid overdoses than others, according to a study. Patients

Depression & Low Back Pain | News Brief

Patients with symptoms of depression appear to have a higher risk of developing an episode of low back pain in the future, according to findings of a

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Opioid Use in Chronic Non-Cancer Pain | Feature

The management of chronic non-cancer pain (CNCP)—defined as pain lasting beyond 3 months—has emerged as a significant challenge for healthcare providers throughout the United States. In recent

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