The provision of neuraxial analgesia
at patient request, even very early in labor, should be standard of care at this time, unless there exists a medical contraindication.
AcelRx's lead product candidate, Zalviso, is designed to improve the management of moderate-to-severe acute pain in adult patients in the hospital setting by utilizing a high therapeutic index opioid, through a non-invasive delivery route via a pre-programmed, patient-controlled analgesia
Patients who received epidural analgesia
for postoperative pain management were identified using the ICD-9-CM procedure codes 03.
Postoperatively, all patients were assessed by a blinded investigator, who recorded pain intensity, sedation levels, mood, and hourly analgesia
Key Words: high volume local infiltration analgesia
, hip arthroplasty, knee arthroplasty, nerve block, femoral
The Trust requires Epidural analgesia
pumps for use in the Children~s Hospital at QMC Campus and in Maternity, General and Major Trauma Surgical Wards (for Acute Pain) on both QMC and City Campuses.
Recent studies reported that epidural analgesia
reduces morbidity after major thoracic, abdominal and vascular surgeries, but in patients with rib fractures, retrospective studies showed inconsistent benefits of epidural analgesia
compared to other analgesic modalities.
After the operation and during their stay in the recovery room, analgesia
with intravenous morphine 5 mg was provided at the patients' request.
Articaine hydrochloride is an amide type local analgesia
of Western Ontario, Canada) assembles 21 articles by obstetrics practitioners caring for high-risk patients at the University of Western Ontario and in the UK who outline debates in obstetric anesthesia and analgesia
used in the perioperative and perinatal periods, for trainees and practitioners in anesthesia, obstetrics, and critical care medicine, as well as nurses and midwives.
First, the new regulations state that in order to provide minimal sedation with nitrous oxide analgesia
, the techniques used must carry a margin of safety wide enough to prevent a depressed level of consciousness.
The goal of this paper is to systematically and critically review evidence on the effectiveness of hypnotherapy for emesis, analgesia
, and anxiolysis in acute pain, specifically in procedures with an emphasis on the period from 1999 to 2006, Further, it aims to provide a theoretical rationale for the use of hypnosis with cancer populations in the whole spectrum of illness/treatment trajectory in several clinical contexts, Finally, a treatment protocol for management of overt anxiety and phobic reactions in the radiotherapy suite is presented, with the intent of having such a protocol empirically validated in the future.