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American Academy of Pediatrics Calls for End to Pediatric Codeine Use…Again

07:28 EDT 23 Sep 2016 | Science-Based Medicine

The safe and effective management of subjective symptoms in the pediatric population, in particular pain, has always been difficult. Young patients, even premature infants at the limit of viability, experience pain, a fact that sadly was not widely accepted until the late last century. But even with full recognition of pain as a potential concern […]

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