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1975 1
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1978 13
1979 18
1980 11
1981 18
1982 18
1983 16
1984 36
1985 36
1986 35
1987 52
1988 54
1989 48
1990 52
1991 37
1992 41
1993 34
1994 59
1995 178
1996 440
1997 483
1998 482
1999 473
2000 473
2001 494
2002 491
2003 574
2004 579
2005 650
2006 619
2007 758
2008 868
2009 821
2010 947
2011 1049
2012 1115
2013 1199
2014 1315
2015 1389
2016 1524
2017 1693
2018 1834
2019 965
2020 23
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Chronic use of opioid analgesics in non-malignant pain: report of 38 cases.
Portenoy RK and Foley KM. Pain 1986. PMID 2873550
Thirty-eight patients maintained on opioid analgesics for non-malignant pain were retrospectively evaluated to determine the indications, course, safety and efficacy of this therapy. ...
Thirty-eight patients maintained on opioid analgesics for non-malignant pain were retrospectively evaluated to determine the indicati …
Implications of use of opioid-containing analgesics for palliation of acute dental pain.
Chakote K and Guggenheimer J. J Opioid Manag 2019. PMID 30855721
By comparison, high SES patients were significantly more likely to have used OTC analgesics or no medication (p < 0.001). Significantly more low SES patients self-reported mood disorders and street drug use (p = 0.048 and p = 0.019), respectively. ...Preferable palliation should utilize combinations of non-OPR analgesics. These have fewer risks and may provide an incentive to seek definitive dental treatment....

By comparison, high SES patients were significantly more likely to have used OTC analgesics or no medication (p < 0.001). Signific

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