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  • Prescription opioid dispensing in Australian children and adolescents: a national population-based study. [Journal Article]
    Lancet Child Adolesc Health 2019Bell J, Paget SP, … Nassar N
  • CONCLUSIONS: In 2017, one in 74 Australian children, including one in 25 adolescents, were dispensed an opioid. Dispensing of weak opioids decreased between 2013 and 2017, but codeine is still commonly dispensed in younger children and education to reduce this practice is required. Dispensing of strong opioids increased in all age groups. Children and adolescents must receive appropriate pain management, but further evidence on the risks and benefits of opioid use in this young population is needed.
  • A rare complication of knee hematoma after genicular nerve radiofrequency ablation. [Case Reports]
    Pain Rep 2019 May-Jun; 4(3):e736Strand N, Jorge P, … D'Souza RS
  • CONCLUSIONS: This is the first report describing iatrogenic vascular injury in the knee after a genicular RFA procedure. Pain medicine physicians should be aware of the vascular anatomy of the knee, particularly paying close attention to variations after previous surgeries. Future trials should investigate modalities that minimize vascular complications including concomitant use of ultrasonography with fluoroscopy and other forms of RFA including pulsed or cooled RFA.
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