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of pain in the postoperative setting. Pain is subjective, and so every patient represents a new set of circumstances for which we need to extend and adapt our knowledge of pain control. Adequate analgesia provides not only comfort and satisfaction for the patient, but aids their recovery as well. This has obvious benefits for the patient, but also has implications for the patient's short-and long-term use of healthcare facilities, and subsequent costs to society.doi:10.18773/austprescr.2004.123 fatcat:fxdm2sfftjgudcs2vytva76gqa