Thursday, October 22, 2009

Some People Vulnerable to Persistent Post-Op Pain

(HealthDay News) -- Surgery is supposed to relieve pain from injury or disease, but new research finds that between 5 percent and 10 percent of patients don't find pain relief after an operation, and they can experience chronic pain for many months afterward.

In a new study, researchers from Germany and Denmark tried to find out what makes some people more vulnerable to post-op pain than others. They studied 463 adult men who were about to undergo surgery to repair groin hernias and followed them after their operations. Read more...

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