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Multimodal Analgesic Protocol to Moderate Acute Pain

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Multimodal Analgesic Protocol to Moderate Acute Pain

With a prospective, observational study assess post-surgery pain levels and patient's use of opioids and other analgesic drugs to moderate pain following third molar surgery.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
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Procedure - third molar surgery

The patient is asked to complete the diary each post-surgery day for 14 days. Recovery is organized into three QOL domains: lifestyle, oral function, and pain.

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Prospective, Observational Study With a Multimodal Analgesic Protocol to Moderate Acute Pain After Third Molar Surgery

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NCT03456141

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