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Consensus Statement for Clinical Pathway Development for Perioperative Pain Management and Care Transitions

approval for the version to be published. Disclosures. Alan D. Kaye, Erik M. Helander, Nalini Vadivelu, Leandro Lumermann, Thomas Suchy, and Margaret Rose have nothing to disclose. Richard D. Urman has

Challenges of pain control and the role of the ambulatory pain specialist in the outpatient surgery setting

Challenges of pain control and the role of the ambulatory pain specialist in the outpatient surgery setting Nalini Vadivelu,1 Alice M Kai,2 Vijay Kodumudi,3 Jack M Berger4 1Department of

Tapentadol extended release in the management of peripheral diabetic neuropathic pain

Tapentadol extended release in the management of peripheral diabetic neuropathic pain Nalini Vadivelu,1 Alice Kai,2 Benjamin Maslin,1 Gopal Kodumudi,3 Aron Legler,1 Jack M Berger4 1Department of

Preventive analgesia for postoperative pain control: a broader concept

Preventive analgesia for postoperative pain control: a broader concept Nalini Vadivelu,1 Sukanya Mitra,2 Erika Schermer,3 Vijay Kodumudi,4 Alan David Kaye,5 Richard D Urman61Department of

Patient considerations in the use of tapentadol for moderate to severe pain

Patient considerations in the use of tapentadol for moderate to severe pain Nalini Vadivelu, Yili Huang, Brian Mirante, Michael Jacoby, Ferne R Braveman, Roberta L Hines, Raymond SinatraDepartment of

Management of chronic pain in the elderly: focus on transdermal buprenorphine

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