A multimodal pain program can help pain control in a common, moderately painful procedure (open reduction internal fixation distal radius fracture with volar plate). The effectiveness was assessed by a patient-centered outcome measure. The program could serve as an index of pain management effectiveness for other hand surgery practices.
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Clinical Paper Session 1: Distal Radius
Friday, October 4, 2013 • 9:05–9:11 AM
Category: Evaluation/Diagnosis/Clinical Treatment
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