A previous Delphi survey from the Rational Use of Analgesics (RUA) project involving Italian palliative care specialists revealed some discrepancies between current guidelines and clinical practice with a lack of consensus on items regarding the use of strong opioids in treating cancer pain. Those results represented the basis for a new Delphi study addressing a better approach to pain treatment in patients with cancer.

Personalizing Cancer Pain Therapy: Insights from the Rational Use of Analgesics (RUA) Group / Varrassi, Giustino; Coluzzi, Flaminia; Guardamagna, Vittorio A; Puntillo, Filomena; Sotgiu, Giovanni; Vellucci, Renato. - In: PAIN AND THERAPY. - ISSN 2193-8237. - (2021). [10.1007/s40122-021-00248-x]

Personalizing Cancer Pain Therapy: Insights from the Rational Use of Analgesics (RUA) Group

Sotgiu, Giovanni;
2021

Abstract

A previous Delphi survey from the Rational Use of Analgesics (RUA) project involving Italian palliative care specialists revealed some discrepancies between current guidelines and clinical practice with a lack of consensus on items regarding the use of strong opioids in treating cancer pain. Those results represented the basis for a new Delphi study addressing a better approach to pain treatment in patients with cancer.
Personalizing Cancer Pain Therapy: Insights from the Rational Use of Analgesics (RUA) Group / Varrassi, Giustino; Coluzzi, Flaminia; Guardamagna, Vittorio A; Puntillo, Filomena; Sotgiu, Giovanni; Vellucci, Renato. - In: PAIN AND THERAPY. - ISSN 2193-8237. - (2021). [10.1007/s40122-021-00248-x]
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