Browsing Evidence Based Practice, 2008 (MU) by Author "Wright, Paul"
In adolescent females with primary dysmenorrhea, are oral contraceptive agents as effective as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) for reducing abdominal pain? Ferrell, Charles; Wright, Paul (Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2008-02)Whether oral contraceptives provide effective pain relief is unknown at present. No head-to- head trials comparing oral contraceptives with NSAIDs for the relief of dysmenorrhea could be located.
Metcalf-Kelly, Jamie; Wright, Paul; Neher, Jon O. (Family Physicians Inquiries Network, 2008-04)Amoxicillin may be better than placebo for acute sinusitis in adults. (SOR C, based on limited evidence in 1 systematic review.) The prudent physician should remember that antibiotics are more likely to be beneficial for ...