Pregabalin for neurogenic claudication

Is pregabilin for neurogenic claudication more effective than active placebo?

Neurogenic claudication is a common symptom of lumbar spinal stenosis. Symptoms include pain in the buttocks or legs induced by walking or prolonged standing. There is limited clinical evidence for either conservative treatment or surgery, with symptoms often recurring. The aim of this study was to test the effects of pregabalin on the induction of neurogenic claudication. 


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