NSAID as Effective as Opioid for Pediatric Fracture Pain

The American Academy of Pediatrics advocates for suitable use of analgesia in children with acute pain. Health Canada has recently issued warnings regarding use of codeine in children. As a result, clinicians are increasingly using nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and morphine for fractures and other common injuries requiring pain relief. More.*

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