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Tolerability of Acute Migraine Treatments Compared

November 2014

A careful analysis of the comparative tolerability of medications to treat acute migraine provides a comprehensive view of which agents are associated with fewer adverse events (AEs), according to the study investigators and other chronic pain experts.
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  • Tolerability of Acute Migraine Treatments Compared

    November 2014

    A careful analysis of the comparative tolerability of medications to treat acute migraine provides a comprehensive view of which agents are associated with fewer adverse events (AEs), according to the study investigators and other chronic pain experts.
    read more

  • Opioid Agonists May Lower HCV Incidence in Drug Abusers

    October 2014

    Giving methadone or buprenorphine for opioid use disorders, such as heroin addiction, might help reduce the spread of HCV.
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  • Anesthesia-Related Complications Decreased by Half From ...

    October 2014

    An analysis of more than 3.2 million anesthesia cases using the National Anesthesia Clinical Outcomes Registry showed that the percentage of adverse events in procedures dropped from  11.8% to 4.8%.
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