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Oral immediate and prolonged release oxycodone for safe and effective patient controlled analgesia after surgery Can opioid for acute postoperative pain be improved by adding a peripheral opioid antagonist?



Oral immediate and prolonged release oxycodone for safe and effective patient controlled analgesia after surgery Can opioid for acute postoperative pain be improved by adding a peripheral opioid antagonist?



Scandinavian Journal of Pain 7(1): 25-27




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PMID: 29911600

DOI: 10.1016/j.sjpain.2015.01.007


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