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Codeine: An Under-Recognized and Easily Treated Cause of Acute Abdominal Pain.
We present 2 cases of acute abdominal pain secondary to oral codeine that resolved after the administration of intravenous naloxone.
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β-Adrenoreceptor agonists in the management of pain associated with renal colic: A systematic review.
OBJECTIVES: To determine whether β-adrenoreceptor agonists are effective analgesics for patients with renal colic through a systematic review of the literature. SETTING: Adult emergency departments or acute assessment ...
Emergency department litigation and coroner's inquests: a ten year analysis.
INTRODUCTION: The burden of litigation within the NHS should not be underestimated. Indemnity costs rise in response to the rising frequency and costs of claims, with recent changes to the discount rate projected to increase ...
Increased Risk of Acute Pancreatitis with Codeine Use in Patients with a History of Cholecystectomy.
BACKGROUND: Codeine has a spasmodic effect on sphincter of Oddi and is suspected to cause acute pancreatitis in patients with a history of cholecystectomy. AIMS: To assess the association between codeine use and acute ...
Mitigating the Psychological Impact of COVID-19 on Healthcare Workers: A Digital Learning Package.
The coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) will undoubtedly have psychological impacts for healthcare workers, which could be sustained; frontline workers will be particularly at risk. Actions are needed to mitigate the impacts ...