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Aim of the study was to assess efficacy of pain relief while minimising side effects.

A diagnosis of malignancy often means a protracted course of treatment which is punctuated by pain. Patients need effective pain relief as out patient. In a 300 bedded palliative care clinic. A simple score was devised using Short Messaging Service (SMS) of mobile phone to follow up adequacy of pain relief and compliance with analgesics in out patients.

The article was published by
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Indian Journal of Palliative Care
Volume / Volumen: 19
Number / Número: 1
First and last pages / Páginas inicial-final: 54-57
Year / Año: 2013
Month / Mes: january

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Principal institution where the research took place
Institución principal de la investigación
Department of Anesthesiology, Employees’ State Insurance Corporation Post Graduate Institute of Medical Science And Research, KK Nagar, Chennai, India, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

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Other articles written by the author Kannan Radhika
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Kannan R, Kamalini S. A novel and cost-effective
way to follow-up adequacy of pain relief, adverse effects, and compliance
with analgesics in a palliative care clinic. Indian J Palliat Care 2013;19:54-7.

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Kannan Radhika was invited by SIIC on
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2013, august 1
  The authors' report was accepted on
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2021, march 9
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2021, march 9
Published in siicsalud
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2021, june 7

The article is strictly related to the following sections of siicsalud
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/ Anestesiología
/ Bioética

and secondarily related to the following sections

y secundariamente con las siguientes secciones

Pain Medicine
Medicina del Dolor

Primary Care
Atención Primaria

Terminal Diseases
Enfermedades Terminales



Internal Medicine
Medicina Interna

Clinical Oncology
Oncología Clínica



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A Novel and Cost-Effective Way to Follow-Up Adequacy of Pain Relief, Adverse Effects, and Compliance With Analgesics in a Palliative Care Clinic

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Kannan Radhika1, Sridharan Kamalini2

2 Dr, Department Of Anesthesiology, Employees’ State Insurance Corporation Post Graduate Institute Of Medical Science And Research, Kk Nagar, Chennai, India, Professor And Head Of Department

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