Acute Backpain: Analgesic Selection

P.R. Kamchatnov, B.B. Radish, Yu.N. Uchaikin, A.V. Kutenev

Acute backpain: analgesic selection
Acute low back pain (LBP) - a common pathological condition associated with a high incidence of temporary disability. LBP - a benign condition requiring a detailed instrumental assessment only in the presence of symptoms, suggested the secondary nature of pain. An important task is pain relief in patients with LBP. NSAIDs, including meloxicam (Movalis) can be used for this reason. The data for drug efficacy in various pain syndromes are presented. We have observed good tolerability and low risk of gastrointestinal complications. Given the current data we discuss the problem of low risk of atherothrombotic complications in Movalis administration.

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