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Less IS less: a randomised controlled trial comparing cautious and rapid nalbuphine dosing regimens
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    Author’s response to ‘futility of nalbuphine’

    Dear Editor

    Aruni Sen’s evident distaste for nalbuphine seems to have precipitated a somewhat hasty and inaccurate reading of our paper [1].

    Firstly, we did not claim that nalbuphine is an effective analgesic. We did, however, offer empirical evidence that it is effective for many patients –just under half of those treated had a pain score of three or less (‘mild’ pain) on arrival at hospital. Less tha...

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    Futility of Nalbuphine

    Dear Editor

    Woollard and his colleagues' study on nalbuphine identifies the gap that can exist between research and clinical practice. I resent the claims in this paper that nalbuphine somehow is an effective analgesic.

    Since 1996, I have been receiving patients in my hospital who have been given nalbuphine pre hospital with very little benefit and lot of problem. These patients get grossly inadequate anal...

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