Pain Management Resource Center

Click on the subcategory below to find drug monographs for that particular area.

Live Coverage of PAINWeek 2014

Exclusive access to live, onsite coverage of up-to-date evidence-based scientific findings in pain management.

IBD and Heavy Opioid Use

Clinicians should closely monitor the use of these medications in IBD treatment plans to reduce the risk of heavy subsequent use.

Pharmacies, Clinics Rx Drop-Off Sites

Attorney General Eric Holder stated that the new DEA regulation would help to prevent prescription drug misuse, particularly with opioid medications.

Aleve PM for Overnight Pain

Bayer HealthCare announced the launch of Aleve PM caplets for occasional sleeplessness associated with minor aches and pains.

Neck, Back Pain Improvement Factors

Observational registry-based research can inform patients and physicians about prognosis for subacute or chronic neck or low back pain.

Migraine Prophylactic Therapy

More research needs to be done to understand the reasons for non-adherence for migraine prophylactic therapy.

Pediatricians Prep for Anesthesia

Pediatricians have an important part in preparing surgical patients and their families for procedures, including anesthesia.

New Drug Product: Zubsolv

Maintenance treatment of opioid dependence, as part of a complete treatment plan to include counseling and psychosocial support.

News

Do Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Have Antidepressant Effects?

Subgroups may benefit from anti-inflammatory treatment such as patients with elevated inflammatory markers or a somatic comorbidity.

Hospira Recalls Lidocaine HCl for Injection

Hospira announced a voluntary recall of 1% Lidocaine HCl for Injection after a confirmed report of human hair in a single unit.

First ER Morphine Designed to Deter Abuse When Crushed

The FDA has approved new labeling for Embeda (morphine sulfate and naltrexone HCl; Pfizer) extended-release (ER) capsules to include abuse-deterrence studies.

Post-Op Pain Management Improved in Past Decade

The percentage of American patients who experience serious postoperative pain appears to have fallen significantly over the past decade, a new survey reveals.

How the Color of Drugs Influence Efficacy, Adherence

The color of a drug is more than just a way to make the pill appear attractive - it can also help to aid pill recognition for correct dosing by patients and protect light-sensitive products.

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