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Minerva Anestesiologica 2006 March;72(3):145-50

language: English

Strategies for effective postoperative pain management

Diaz G., Flood P

Department of Anesthesiology Columbia University New York, NY, USA


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Postoperative pain management an important clinical issue. The clinicians tool-bag remains incomplete. Improvements in the management of postoperative pain will ultimately translate into the broader, safer application of surgical procedures upon a wider patient population. The application of multimodal therapy that includes non-pharmacologic therapies, pre-emptive therapies, and new medications for the treatment of postoperative pain is an emerging concept that provides significant immediate as well as potential future advantages.

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