An Analgesia Protocol for Acute Renal Colic in the Emergency Department
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An analgesia protocol for acute renal colic will lead to faster significant reductions in pain than prior practice.
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Drug: ToradolDrug: Morphine
A retrospective study was performed that assessed the time to significant analgesia and medications used to achieve analgesia in the DHMC ED. Based upon this a prospective pain management protocol was designed and we will track the difference in time to significant pain relief between the two groups.
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