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Trauma pain

 

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Case study: Pain control in the prehospital setting

Dr Patrick D Dissmann describes pain control in the prehospital setting for the management of an injured horse rider with moderate pain

Case study: management of acute pain in trauma

Management of trauma pain during the aftermath of a head-on traffic collision is described by Professor Paul Middleton

Unmet needs in trauma pain: a matter of time?

Timely management of pain in the emergency department is a key consideration, explains Dr Maxime Maignan

Treating acute trauma pain – the STOP! study

Dr Frank Coffey summarises the outcomes of the STOP! study investigating the use of methoxyflurane for analgesia in trauma patients

The importance of pain management in prehospital care

Effective early analgesia can reduce the stress response and is a vital part of prehospital care, with treatment options depending on the competence of the practitioner, says Professor Sir Keith Porter

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