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Nanjing Frontier Biotech In-licenses Novel Patch Pain Product

Nanjing Frontier Biotechnologies gained global rights to a novel topical patch for acute and chronic pain management from ABsize Inc. of Japan. The product, AB001, has completed a Phase I trial in the...

SCILEX To Present At Aegis Capital Healthcare & Technology Conference

MALVERN, Pa., Sept. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SCILEX Pharmaceuticals Inc., a company engaged in the development and commercialization of products focused on the treatment of pain, today announced that ...

Pain Therapeutics Expands Pipeline With FENROCK(TM), an Abuse-Deterrent Pain Patch

AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 26, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Pain Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq:PTIE), a drug development company, today announced it has expanded its pipeline with the addition of FENROCK, an earl...

Health Tip: Relieving Pain During Delivery

-- Pain management during delivery is a very personal choice for each woman, with some not wanting to use medication. The website mentions these natural pain management techniques for...

Relieving Pain in America Insights From an Institute of Medicine Committee

This Viewpoint discusses how the Institute of Medicine stands behind the estimate that 100 million Americans have chronic pain and the committee’s recommendation that better data are needed to creat...

Pain, pain go away: Scilex Pharmaceuticals snags $5 million for lidocaine patch

Specialty pain meds maker Scilex Pharmaceuticals plans to wrap up clinical trials for its lead product, Ztildo – and has just raised $5 million from private investors to do so, according to r...

Bacterial toxins: A 'pain-relieving' toxin

The Mycobacterium ulcerans toxin mycolactone induces the angiotensin signalling pathway to decrease the sensation of pain from the inflicted lesions.

Singapore researchers develop microneedle patch to better deliver pain meds

Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a microneedle patch that can deliver lidocaine in what they say is a “faster, more effective and painless” way.

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Tolerability of the capsaicin 8% patch following pretreatment with lidocaine or tramadol in patients with peripheral neuropathic pain: A multicentre, randomized, assessor-blinded study.

Application of the capsaicin 8% patch is associated with treatment-related discomfort. Consequently, pretreatment for 60 min with anaesthetic cream is recommended; however, this may be uncomfortable...

A high-quality RCT documents that elderly with dementia, the most neglected pain patients, have effective and safe pain relief from paracetamol alone or with buprenorphine patch.

Cordotomy in mesothelioma-related pain: a systematic review.

Cordotomy can be effective in relieving pain for patients with mesothelioma, but the evidence to support continued provision is limited. This review forms part of the Invasive Neurodestructive Procedu...

Lidocaine Patch for Acute Pain Management: A Meta-analysis of Prospective Controlled Trials.

Abstract Background Local anesthetic is one of the cornerstones of multimodal sanalgesia. We investigate the efficacy of the lidocaine patch for acute pain management. Methods We searched MEDLINE (196...

Effects of adding ketamine to fentanyl plus acetaminophen on postoperative pain by patient controlled analgesia in abdominal surgery.

Postoperative pain is one of the most important complications encountered after surgery. A number of options are available for treating pain following surgery. One of those options is the use of intra...

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