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01 Nov 2013

Joint stiffness is defined as discomfort after a period of inactivity. It is associated with reduced or loss of range of motion in a joint.

01 Aug 2016
Etoricoxib exhibits a central mode of action and enhances pain and function in patients with painful knew osteoarthritis (OA), as presented in a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, two-way crossover, four-week treatment study.
Stephen Padilla, 25 Nov 2016
The addition of supervised physiotherapy to usual care does not provide clinically important improvement in the management of simple ankle sprains in a general population of patients seeking hospital-based acute care, according to results of a recent randomized controlled trial.
24 Jul 2017
The toxic side-effects of chemotherapy appear to be induced by cell-free chromatin (cfCh) fragments released from dying cells, triggering DNA damage, apoptosis and inflammation in healthy cells, thereby exaggerating or amplifying the toxic effects caused by the drugs themselves, according to a study.

Chronic Pain Control: What's Adequate and Appropriate?

18 Aug 2016
Reducing back pain starts with emptying your bag
During the combined meeting of the 46th Malaysian Orthopaedic Association Annual General Meeting/Annual Scientific Meeting and the 10th ASEAN Arthroplasty Association Meeting, Dr Joseph Pergolizzi spoke on the importance of chronic pain control and appropriate strategies to achieve this. Highlights of his presentation are summarized below.

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Most Read Articles
01 Nov 2013

Joint stiffness is defined as discomfort after a period of inactivity. It is associated with reduced or loss of range of motion in a joint.

01 Aug 2016
Etoricoxib exhibits a central mode of action and enhances pain and function in patients with painful knew osteoarthritis (OA), as presented in a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, two-way crossover, four-week treatment study.
Stephen Padilla, 25 Nov 2016
The addition of supervised physiotherapy to usual care does not provide clinically important improvement in the management of simple ankle sprains in a general population of patients seeking hospital-based acute care, according to results of a recent randomized controlled trial.
24 Jul 2017
The toxic side-effects of chemotherapy appear to be induced by cell-free chromatin (cfCh) fragments released from dying cells, triggering DNA damage, apoptosis and inflammation in healthy cells, thereby exaggerating or amplifying the toxic effects caused by the drugs themselves, according to a study.