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No significant difference in pain relief for opioids vs. non-opioid analgesics for treating arm or leg pain

06:32 EST 7 Nov 2017 | Science Daily

For adults coming to the emergency department for arm or leg pain due to sprain, strain, or fracture, there was no difference in pain reduction after two hours with ibuprofen-acetaminophen vs three comparison opioid-acetaminophen (paracetamol) combinations.

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