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Cure Research for Pain Disorder

Medications currently used in research into the prevention of Pain Disorder:

Note:You must always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans.

Some of the different medications being used in the research into prevention of Pain Disorder include:

  • Phenobarbital
  • Aasequel
  • Alised
  • Alubelap
  • Aminodrox-Forte
  • Antispasmodic
  • Azpan
  • Barbidonna
  • Barbidonna Elixir
  • Barbita Belap
  • Belladenal
  • Belladenal-S
  • Belladenal Spacetabs
  • Bellergal
  • Bellergal-S
  • Bellergal Spacetabs
  • Bronchotabs
  • Bronkolixir
  • Carergot-PB
  • Chardonna-2
  • Daricon PB
  • Diclophen
  • Dilantin w/Phenobarbital
  • Donna-Sed
  • Donnatal
  • Donphen
  • Ergobel
  • Eskabarb
  • Eskaphen B
  • Floramine
  • Gardenal
  • Hybephen
  • Hypnaldyne
  • Isuprel Compound
  • Kinesed
  • Luminal
  • Mudrane GG Elixir and Tablets
  • Mudrane Tablets
  • Neospect
  • Neuro-Spasex
  • Neuro-Trasentin
  • Neuro-Trasentin Forte
  • Novalene
  • Phedral
  • Phenaphen Capsules
  • Phenaphen No. 2,3,4
  • Phenergan w/Codeine
  • Phyldrox
  • Quadrinal
  • Relaxadron
  • SBP
  • Scodonnar
  • Sedacord
  • SK-Phenobarbital
  • Solfoton
  • Spasquid
  • Spazcaps
  • Tedral Preparations
  • T.E.P
  • Thalfed
  • Theocardone
  • Theocord
  • Theolixer
  • Vitaphen

Evidence Based Medicine Research for Pain Disorder

Medical research papers related to Pain Disorder include:

Click here to find more evidence-based articles on the TRIP Database

 

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