What is it about?

The study was conducted in adults presenting to outpatient clinics throughout 48 provinces in Vietnam. A physician trained to administer a questionnaire in a standardized fashion interviewed each patient and collected data regarding gender, age, career, acute and chronic pain, diagnoses, treatment, and satisfaction with treatment.

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Why is it important?

We came to conclusion that pain severe enough to impact patients’ daily lives is common in Vietnam. Treatment costs are a significant economic burden and may help explain why only a minority of patients seek treatment. Access to lower cost, effective treatment for pain should be improved.


It is an original contribution in the rate of pain in Vietnam. It will help many researcher find your research in the future

Dinh Cong Pho

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This page is a summary of: Pain incidence, assessment, and management in Vietnam: a cross-sectional study of 12,136 respondents, Journal of Pain Research, February 2019, Dove Medical Press,
DOI: 10.2147/jpr.s184713.
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