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Table 3 Reported Serious Adverse Events and Medication Side Effects

From: Patient-centered professional practice models for managing low back pain in older adults: a pilot randomized controlled trial

Treatment Group Event Description Grading
Shared Care Hospitalization for flare up of existing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Serious, Unrelated to Study
Dual Care Hospitalization for amaurosis fugax and carotid artery blockage diagnosed by outside provider during study enrollment process Serious, Unrelated to Study
Dual Care Hospitalization for pneumonia and atrial fibrillation Serious, Unrelated to Study
Dual Care Hospitalization for chest pain diagnosed as reflux esophagitis by outside provider Serious, Unrelated to Study
Medical Care Hospitalization for accidental fall with pneumothorax Serious, Unrelated to Study
Unallocated Hospitalization for renal lithiasis with sepsis during study enrollment process Serious, Unrelated to Study
Shared Care Hospitalization for chest pain with cardiac catheterization Serious, Unlikely Related to Study
Dual Care Hospitalization for ischemic colitis Serious, Unlikely Related to Study
Shared Care Medication side effect of vomiting after taking a muscle relaxant that resolved with discontinuation Moderate, Definitely Related to Study
Shared Care Medication side effect of dermal burning sensations from a nicotine patch that resolved with discontinuation Mild, Definitely Related to Study
Medical Care Medication side effect of jerking sensations in an arm after gabapentin use that resolved with a dose change Mild, Possibly Related to Study