Comparative Evaluation of Individual Response of Patients on Various Methods of Postoperative Analgesia

A.L. Potapov

Abstract


Comparative evaluation of effectiveness of different methods of postoperative analgesia has been conducted. The thoracic epidural analgesia with local anesthetics provides effective pain relief after the surgery. The use of narcotic analgesics in 51.3 % of patients was ineffective (pain intensity > 4 points), while 38.7 % of patients experienced severe pain (≥ 6 points). It is advisable to continue the search of reliable predictors of low narcotic analgesics efficiency taking into account psychological and genetic factors.


Keywords


surgery; pain; analgesia

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0586.6.53.2013.88730

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