Analgesics and Sports Medicine
Because pain is the most common reason for seeing a physician and because it is often associated with athletic endeavors (the adage “no pain, no gain” is still accepted as dogma by many), a consideration of the properties of analgesic drugs is essential in a publication such as this.
KeywordsAnalgesic Drug Methyl Salicylate Narcotic Analgesic Abstinence Syndrome Respiratory Depressant
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