CONTROLLING PAIN: Putting pain research into practice
Yvonne D'Arcy CRNP, CNS, MS

August 2009 
Volume 39  Number 8
Pages 58 - 58
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D'Arcy, Yvonne CRNP, CNS, MS

WHAT'S THE VALUE of using evidence-based pain management? We can't just do what we've always done—that would result in a very limited and outdated practice. On the other hand, we should be wary of initiating a new practice before we know why, how well, or even if it really works.

A pain management intervention with good research support and clearly identified outcomes has a higher chance of success—and a patient in pain is focused on getting relief. Interventions which have little evidentiary support may not work or may cause unexpected adverse reactions. Not only is this a poor result for the patient, but ...

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