Anaesthesist. 2021 Jul 1. doi: 10.1007/s00101-021-00994-9. Online ahead of print.


Since the Act on the medical use of cannabis, at which cannabis-based medicines and cannabinoids became law, there has been an exponential increase in prescriptions for the acquisition of cannabis for medical purposes. The aim of this leading article is to compile and assess the currently available relevant clinical evidence for the use of cannabis and cannabinoids for treatment of acute and chronic pain. Based on the systematic literature review « Cannabis-Potential and risks (CAPRIS) » commissioned by the German Federal Ministry of Health and the recently published recommendations of the European Pain Federation EFIC, this article aims to give an orientation aid for the decision-making process in the clinical routine.

PMID:34196726 | DOI:10.1007/s00101-021-00994-9

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