Tag Archives: pain
Increased frequency of ER-ve breast cancer and early relapse in young patients Breast cancer at a young age is associated with poor prognosis. The Prospective Study of Outcomes in Sporadic and Hereditary Breast Cancer (POSH) was designed to investigate factors … Continue reading
From The Trauma Professional’s Blog, originally posted May 2013 Pain relief is important for two reasons: it’s the humane thing to do for someone who is suffering, and just as importantly, it assists in the physiologic response to trauma. There … Continue reading
This page features hernia-related web resources requiring no subscription or log-in European Hernia Society guidelines on the treatment of inguinal hernia in adult patients Comprehensive article with evidence-based recommendations. Some interesting points: Watchful waiting is reasonable in any asymptomatic … Continue reading
Randomized clinical trial published in British Journal of Surgery notes frequent progression to pain. Article in General Surgery News.