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Analgesics in the management of chronic pain. Part five: Step 3 parenteral analgesic drug therapy



Analgesics in the management of chronic pain. Part five: Step 3 parenteral analgesic drug therapy



Intensive & Critical Care Nursing 15(1): 58-60



This, the last article in the series, describes the administration of analgesics other than via the enteral route in the treatment of chronic severe pain.

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