Morphine vs. mutlimodal acetaminophen/oxycodone for analgesia in painful acute fracture
Oral oxycodone plus intravenous acetaminophen versus intravenous morphine sulfate in acute bone fracture pain control: a double-blind placebo-controlled randomized clinical trialEur J Orthop Surg Traumatol. 2014 Oct;24(7):1305-9
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153 patients with painful acute fracture were randomized to analgesia through either intravenous morphine sulfate or a multimodal regimen with acetaminophen and oral oxycodone. The purpose of this study was to examine pain decrease within the first hour after administration in both groups, as well as to document any adverse events. Average pain severity was significantly lower at 10 minutes after ...
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