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The need for pain registries

Pain registries play a vital role in improving patient care, write Professor Winfried Meissner, Ms Claudia Weinmann and Dr Ruth Zaslansky

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Research update: Oxycodone/naloxone compared with tapentadol for low back pain with a neuropathic component in an open-label study

Dr Karen H Simpson presents the findings of a 12-week study by Ueberall and Mueller-Schwefe comparing oxycodone/naloxone with tapentadol for chronic low back pain with a neuropathic component

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Opioid use and driving

Opioid therapy at stable dosage for chronic pain does not necessarily cause loss of driving ability, however, the doctor and patient must consider all additional risk factors for unsafe driving, explains pain expert Professor Harald Breivik

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Pain registries play a vital role in improving patient care, write Professor Winfried Meissner, Ms Claudia Weinmann and Dr Ruth Zaslansky.