Management of postoperative pain

Mohsin, M.; Mir, I.S.; Quadir, A. and Khan, M.A. (2004) Management of postoperative pain. In: Critical Care Update, 15 Jan 2004, India.

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Abstract

Postoperative pain - a preventable or treatable cause of morbidity. Multimodal approach - more successful than any drug or method used alone. Intraoperative application of L.A. is more precise, more efficient and has less risk than percutaneous postoperative application Treat major postoperative pain enthusiastically and aggressively, minimizing the risks of pain relief by improved monitoring and supervision. Formation of multidisciplinary “acute pain team” within a postoperative high dependency unit

EPrint Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Other)
Uncontrolled Keywords:Pain, Postoperative Management, Pain Transmission, Spinal Cord
Subjects:Surgical Procedures, Operative > Postoperative Care
Surgical Procedures, Operative > Postoperative Period
Nervous System Diseases > Neurologic Manifestations > Pain
Nervous System > Peripheral Nervous System
Pathological Conditions, Signs and Symptoms > Pathologic Processes > Postoperative Complications
Nervous System > Central Nervous System
ID Code:1950
Deposited By:mir mohsin mohsin
Deposited On:15 December 2006

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