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Diagnosing and Treating Pain

Created:   5/7/2013
Contains:  36 items
A collection of EMN articles focusing on diagnosing and treating pain in the emergency department.

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Toxicology Rounds: The Dark Truth Behind Pain as the Fifth Vital Sign

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At Your Defense: The Pain Prescription Epidemic: Are EPs to Blame?

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Toxicology Rounds: When Opioids Increase Pain

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Breaking News: Like Adults, Black Children Receive Less Pain Relief

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Special Report: Treating Pain While Curtailing Addiction: What Works?

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The Case Files: Masquerading Shoulder Pain

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Toxicology Rounds: Chronic Abdominal Pain? Think Narcotic Bowel Syndrome

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Breaking News: The EP's Dilemma: Drug-Seeking or Legitimate Pain?

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Quality Matters: The Painful Truth: Cutting-Edge ED Protocols Blunt Patients' Pain

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ED Pain Management Program Hinders Drug-Seeking

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ID Rounds: Think Spinal Epidural Abscess in Nontraumatic Back Pain

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Back Pain that Takes Your Breath Away

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Living with the LLSA: Opiates and the Clinical Evaluation of Acute Abdominal Pain

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Forget the DEA: Relieve Patients' Pain

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PERPLEXING, BEDEVILING PAIN IN THE ED

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Pain is Not a Vital Sign

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Recognizing Pain in the ED is a Painful Process Itself

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Time to Abandon Stingy Pain Relief for Children with Abdominal Pain

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No Excuses: Don't Withhold Pain Relief from Patients with Abdominal Pain

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The Highly Variable World of Pain

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Treating the Pain of Renal Colic

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Malpractice and Chest Pain in the ED

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NG Tube Pain Avoidable but Not Avoided

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The Painful Truth: Treating Pain in the ED

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Dental Pain in the ED: Big Solution in a Small Package

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Half of Americans Misuse OTC Pain Relievers

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Finding a Balance Between Relieving Pain and Drug Seekers

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Pain Management: Opportunities for Improvement Using the Internet

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Improvements Needed for Pain Management in Children

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Pain Causes Lost Productivity at Work

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Racial Differences in Pain Treatment

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The Joint is Coming, The Joint is Coming: The JCAHO's new focus is on moderate sedation, pain management, restraint management, and peer review

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Charting a Course to Pain Relief

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Evidence‐based Approach to Pain Relief

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Official JCAHO Policy Dictates Pain Treatment

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Consider Ectopic Pregnancy First in Women of Reproductive Age with Abdominal Pain

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