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REVISED PAIN
MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES
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TARGET INADEQUATE PAIN CONTROL
THE MEDICAL MANAGEMENT
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OF PAIN
CONTROLLING CHRONIC
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NON-MALIGNANT PAIN
PAIN MANAGEMENT:
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NEW CALIF. REQ'S,
STANDARDS AND OPTIONS
GUIDELINES FOR USE
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OF CONTROLLED
SUBSTANCES
PAIN INHIBITION
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BY ENDOMORPHINS
MIGRAINES
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FOR THOSE SUFFERING
ARTHRITIS
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MAKING DRUGS ACCESSABLE
CHRONIC PAIN
IN AMERICA
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ROADBLOCKS TO
RELIEF
PAIN:
PROTECTOR AND TORMENTOR
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THE BATTLE AGAINST PAIN
COX2 VS. NSAIDs
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A RECENT STUDY
COUNTERING CHRONIC
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PAIN MYTHS
CONSENSUS ON THE
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USE OF OPIOIDS - AAPM
PHYSICIAN'S
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NEED TRAINING
OUR NUMBERS INCREASING
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MORE DYING IN PAIN
RISK OF ADDICTION SMALL
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HENRY FARKAS, M.D.
CHRONIC PAIN
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AND ANTI-DEPRESSANTS
INTERPRETATION OF
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DRUG RELATED BEHAVIORS
DO OPIOIDS WORK
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IN NEUROPATHIC PAIN
FOR SUFFERER'S
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EVEN HOPE HURTS
PRESCRIPTION MEDICINES
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THIS GUIDE CAN HELP
AMERICAN COLLEGE
OF SPORTS MEDICINE
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A.C.S.M.
PAIN RELIEF
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HOW BRIGHT IS OUR FUTURE
EVERYTHING ABOUT
THE SPINE
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BACK CONDITIONS
CHRONIC
NONMALIGNANT PAIN
(CNP)
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FACT SHEET
NEW TARGET IDENTIFIED
FOR CHRONIC PAIN THERAPY
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FROM NINDS
LOOK ALIKE
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SOUND ALIKE DRUGS
MEDICAL PROVIDERS
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LOOK FOR WAYS
TO EASE FINAL DAYS

WITCH OR MARTYR?
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LIVIING WITH OTHERS
OBTAINING DISABILITY
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BENEFITS
AMERICAN FIBROMYALGIA
SYNDROME ASSOC.
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RESEARCH PROJECTS
LACK OF SLEEP WEAKENS
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IMMUNE SYSTEM
FEAR OVERRIDING EFFORTS
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TO EASE PAIN
UNDERAPPRECIATED
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PAIN SYNDROMES
VARIOUS PAIN
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TREATMENTS
BIOFEEDBACK FOR MIGRAINE
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PAIN QUESTIONED





Patient Complaint Hot Line
For JCAHO

When you receive inadequate pain assessment and management from a JCAHO accredited facility:

Call: 1-800-994-6610 Fax: 1-630-792-5636
Or Write: [email protected]

If you file a complaint with JCAHO, one of the following actions will be taken:
  1. Incorporate in monitoring database.
  2. Review complaint at next survey.
  3. Ask organization to provide written response.
  4. Conduct unannounced on-site evaluation.



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