The use of sodium oxybate (SXB) in fibromylagia patients reduced pain by 30% or more in 54-58% of patients (versus 35.2% for placebo). SXB also reduced fatigue and sleep disturbance.
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Acupuncture, in combination with routine care, was associated with marked clinical improvements in patients with persistent low back pain. It has also shown improvement in primary and secondary outcomes… [ Get More Details ]
Opioids have been found to reduce pain intensity and improve physical functioning for patients with persistent noncancer pain. It’s important to note that a decrease in mental health functioning… [ Get More Details ]
Pain education programs and pain consultations have been found to improve pain (average pain was 31% versus 20%) and daily interference (20% versus 2.5%) in oncology outpatients. Patient adherence… [ Get More Details ]