Polls
Current
54%

How often do you prescribe opioid patches to patients with moderate-to-severe pain?

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PREVIOUS POLLS
67%

Are there any local guidelines in your country on the management of chronic musculoskeletal pain?

  • Yes (67%)
  • No (33%)
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29%

Which medications are used to treat chronic moderate‐to‐severe musculoskeletal pain in your country?

  • NSAIDs (24%)
  • Paracetamol (18%)
  • COX‐2 inhibitors (29%)
  • Opioids (24%)
  • Other (6%)
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67%

Are opioid analgesics used to treat chronic cancer pain in your country?

  • Yes, frequently when indicated (67%)
  • Yes, but not first‐line (17%)
  • No (16%)
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67%

Are there any local guidelines in your country on the management of post‐operative pain?

  • Yes (33%)
  • No (67%)
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100%

Approximately how many outpatients with chronic pain do you see in a week?

  • 1-29 (100%)
  • 21-40 (0%)
  • 41-60 (0%)
  • 61-80 (0%)
  • 81-100 (0%)
  • >100 (0%)
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50%

How many hours of pain management training did you receive in your undergraduate medical studies?

  • Almost none (17%)
  • ≤4 hours (17%)
  • ≤8 hours (17%)
  • ≤12 hours (0%)
  • ≤20 hours (0%)
  • ≥20 hours (49%)
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41%

Which pain medications are used to treat cancer pain in your country (choose all that apply)?

  • NSAIDs (22%)
  • Paracetamol (15%)
  • COX‐2 inhibitors (7%)
  • Opioids (41%)
  • Other (15%)
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50%

What are the main types of chronic pain that you treat? Please tick one.

  • Cancer pain (50%)
  • Musculoskeletal pain (0%)
  • Post‐operative pain (0%)
  • Neuropathic pain, such as DPN (50%)
  • Migraine (0%)
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50%

Are opioid analgesics used to treat chronic musculoskeletal pain in your country?

  • Yes, frequently when indicated (50%)
  • Yes, but not first‐line (17%)
  • No (33%)
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57%

Do you work in a specialized pain management service or clinic?

  • Yes (43%)
  • No (57%)
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71%

Are there any support groups in your country for patients with chronic pain?

  • Yes (29%)
  • No (71%)
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67%

Is pain medicine a recognized specialty in your country?

  • Yes (33%)
  • No (67%)
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