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Neurolytic blocking agents 

Neurolytic blocking agents
Neurolytic blocking agents

Subhash Jain

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date: 03 August 2021

For patients with intractable cancer pain where opiates, non-opiates, and adjuvants failed to relieve pain or caused side effects, neurotic procedures are recommended to achieve a long-term analgesic effect. The common chemical agents that are used include alcohol, phenol, ammonium sulphate, and chlorocresol.

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