- •Pain intensity alone cannot fully capture the complexity of postsurgical pain.
- •Desire to receive more pain treatment is a helpful patient-reported outcome measure.
- •Desire to receive more pain treatment adds new perspective to pain treatment quality.
- •Patient information and participation decrease the need for pain treatment.
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Marcus Komann: Idea, concept, data interpretation, writing, literature, approval
Phillip Baumbach: Concept, statistics, writing, tables and figures, literature, approval
Ulrike Stamer: Data interpretation, writing, literature, approval
Esther Pogatzki-Zahn: Data interpretation, writing, literature, approval
Claudia Weinmann: Concept, data interpretation, writing, language editing, approval
Christin Arnold: Data interpretation, writing, literature, approval
Winfried Meißner: Concept, data interpretation, writing, literature, approval
Funding: No funding was provided.
Conflict of interests:
Marcus Komann: None
Phillip Baumbach: None
Ulrike Stamer: Ulrike Stameer reports honoraria and reimbursement for travel costs from Syntetica and Grünenthal outside of the submitted work.
Claudia Weinmann: None
Christin Arnold: None
Esther Pogatzki-Zahn: Esther Pogatzki-Zahn reports (outside of the submitted work) grants from IMI2 PainCare project of EU, Mundipharma, Grünenthal, DFG, BMBF (all to her institution) and personal fees from Mundipharma, personal fees from Grünenthal (outside the submitted work).
Winfried Meißner: Winfried Meißner reports grants and personal fees from Grünenthal, grants from Pfizer, personal fees from TAD, personal fees from BioQPharm, personal fees from Bionorica, personal fees from Kyowa, personal fees from Northern Swan, grants from Mundipharma, personal fees from Tilray, outside the submitted work.