Toward A Standard Of Care For Pain



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2. National Pain Foundation.  Pain Patient Bill of Rights.  Accessed here on April 26, 2010.

3. National Pain Foundation.  NPF’s policy statement.  Accessed here on April 26, 2010.

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6. Farsi M and Gitto L.  A statistical analysis of pain relief after surgical operations.  Health Policy.  2007;83:382-390.

7. Furrow BR.  Pain management and provider liability:  no more excuses.  Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics.  2001;29:28-51.

8. Greene SA.  Chronic pain: pathophysiology and treatment implications. Topics in Companion Animal Medicine.  2010;25(1): 5-9.

9. Etzioni S, Chodosh J, Ferrell BA, et al.  Quality indicators for pain management in vulnerable elders.  JAGS.  2007;55:S403-S408.

10. Furrow BR.  Pain management and provider liability:  no more excuses.  Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics.  2001;29:28-51.

11. Grubb T.  Where do we go from here?  Future treatment strategies for chronic pain.  Topics in Companion Animal Medicine.   2010;25(1):59-63.

12. Grubb T.  Chronic neuropathic pain in veterinary patients.  Topics in Companion Animal Medicine.  2010;25(1):45-52.

13. Etzioni S, Chodosh J, Ferrell BA, et al.  Quality indicators for pain management in vulnerable elders.  JAGS.  2007;55:S403-S408.

14. Grubb T.  Where do we go from here?  Future treatment strategies for chronic pain.  Topics in Companion Animal Medicine.   2010;25(1):59-63.

15. Stark SE.  Bio-ethics and physician liability:  the liability effects of developing pain management standards.  St. Thomas Law Review.  Spring, 2002.  14 St. Thomas L. Rev. 601.

16. Furrow BR.  Pain management and provider liability:  no more excuses.  Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics.  2001;29:28-51.

17. American Medical Association, Code of Medical Ethics.  1996:40.  Cited in:  Furrow BR. Pain management and provider liability:  no more excuses.  Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics.  2001;29:28-51.

18. Furrow BR.  Pain management and provider liability:  no more excuses.  Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics.  2001;29:28-51.

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