- With concerns over narcotics, some surgeons develop alternative.
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- Effect of a Multimodal Pain Regimen on Pain Control, Patient
- Is it safe to take NSAIDS following orthopedic surgery?
With concerns over narcotics, some surgeons develop alternative.
Pain related to orthopedic surgery, dental extractions, or any injury that involves connective tissue is caused in large part by inflammation which occurs because of prostaglandin release into the surrounding tissues.
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Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) block these prostaglandins and therefore should be a mainstay of pain treatment alone or perhaps combined with other agents such as opioids as long as there are no medical contraindications. Certainly some patients could benefit from the combined use of NSAIDs plus opioids – this should presumably have been true for a case such as the well-publicized basketball injury endured last year by Louisville atete“Enough prescription painers were prescribed in 2010 to medicate every American adult around-the-clock for a month.
Effect of a Multimodal Pain Regimen on Pain Control, Patient
The study is a prospective, randomized, open-label comparison of a multimodal regimen and a standard, narcotic-based regimen for postoperative pain control in patients undergoing surgery for an operatively indicated, isolated extremity fracture. Effect of pre-emptive gabapentin on postoperative pain following lower extremity orthopaedic surgery under spinal anaesthesia.
Is it safe to take NSAIDS following orthopedic surgery?
This is an actual patient in the recovery room, minutes after surgery on her hand.
Preoperative celebrex and oxycontin orthopedic surgery:
Rating: 95 / 100
Overall: 90 Rates