A REVIEW OF NEUROPATHIC PAIN: FROM GUIDELINES TO CLINICAL PRACTICE
Neuropathic pain is a chronic condition with an estimated prevalence of 6.9–10.0% in the general population. It imposes a significant burden on society and health care systems. A multitude of factors such as increasing obesity, the ageing population, and improved survival rates of cancer patients are likely to increase the risk of neuropathic pain in future. The treatment of neuropathic soluble orally administered drugs.