Affiliation: University of Oxford
- Meta-analysis of single dose oral tramadol plus acetaminophen in acute postoperative painH McQuay
Pain Research and Nuffield Department of Anaesthetics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
Eur J Anaesthesiol Suppl 28:19-22. 2003....
- Primary care incidence and treatment of four neuropathic pain conditions: a descriptive study, 2002-2005Gillian C Hall
Grimsdyke House, London, UK
BMC Fam Pract 9:26. 2008..The most common first line treatments were compound analgesics. As therapeutic options have subsequently changed, this study presents updated data on incidence and prescribing patterns in neuropathic pain...
- Deriving dichotomous outcome measures from continuous data in randomised controlled trials of analgesics: verification from independent dataA Moore
Oxford Pain Relief Unit, University of Oxford, Oxford Radcliffe Hospital, Headington, UK
Pain 69:127-30. 1997..Showing that dichotomous data can reliably be derived from mean data in acute pain studies enables data published as means to be used for quantitative systematic reviews which require data in dichotomous form...
- Paracetamol with and without codeine in acute pain: a quantitative systematic reviewA Moore
Nuffield Department of Anaesthetics, University of Oxford, Oxford Radcliffe Hospital, The Churchill, Headington, UK
Pain 70:193-201. 1997..This was an NNT for adding codeine 60 mg of 9.1 (5.8-24). The results confirm that paracetamol is an effective analgesic, and that codeine 60 mg added to paracetamol produces worthwhile additional pain relief even in single oral doses...
- Deriving dichotomous outcome measures from continuous data in randomised controlled trials of analgesics: use of pain intensity and visual analogue scalesA Moore
Oxford Pain Relief Unit, University of Oxford, UK
Pain 69:311-5. 1997..Showing that dichotomous data can reliably be derived from mean SPID, VAS-SPID and VAS-TOTPAR as well as TOTPAR data in previously published acute pain studies makes much more information accessible for meta-analysis...