Effect of Oral Magnesium on Anesthesia and Postoperative Analgesia After Surgical Removal of the Lower Third Molars.
Conditions: Postoperative Pain; Third Molar; Postoperative Complications Interventions: Dietary Supplement: Magnesium tablet group; Dietary Supplement: Placebo tablets group; Dietary Supplement: Magnesium lozenge group; Dietary Supplement: Placebo lozenges group Sponsor: Daniel Jerković Active, not recruiting
Is buprenorphine an effective alternative to conventional pharmacological management of chronic pain? Which is the most effective delivery method?Anesthesia &Analgesia
We report a case of a healthy five-year old boy with a posttraumatic fulminant localized necrotisizing facial soft tissue infection.A five-year old healthy boy was admitted after a sledging accident. He presented with a laceration of the right cheek. Within 12 h after rinsing and primarily closure under analgosedation he developed localized severe pain and fever. Immediate wound revision under general anesthesia revealed necrotic subcutaneous tissue with an abscess cavity. After surgical debridement the wound was initially left open. An empiric antibiotic therapy with amoxicillin/clavulanate was initiated. A facial bone ...
Accurate measurement of arterial blood pressure is an essential component of patient care management. Patients undergoing surgical and interventional procedures often require direct measurement of blood pressure via an arterial catheter. The indications and necessity for placement of an arterial line are based on the type of operation or interventional procedure, patient condition, comorbidities, anticipated treatment regimen, and/or frequency of blood draws. Placement of an arterial line can contribute to pain and discomfort during insertion.
CONCLUSIONS: the majority of our clinical and laboratories findings were discrepant with the medical literature. These differences may be secondary to regional characteristics or by the fact that our population included only those patients who underwent spinal surgery.RESUMO INTRODU ÇÃO: A espondilite anquilosante (EA) é uma espondiloartropatia soronegativa, caracterizada principalmente pelo envolvimento do esqueleto axial e das articulações sacroilíacas. A EA promove alterações biomecânicas que predispõem a coluna a fraturas, deformidades e à espo...
AbstractBackgroundThe focus of this case report is on the role of inflammation as a contributor to pain in plantar fasciitis and its cure by the injection of local anesthetics.Case presentationThis is a case report on a 24-year-old white man, a middle-distance runner, with chronic unilateral plantar fasciitis and perceived heel pain for almost 1.5 years. He was treated with neural therapy (that is, injection of
Conclusions: Due to the risk of associated complications, cesarean sections should be performed with caution, when their benefits outweigh the risks.
Conclusion: Ropivacaine is a good alternative for deep topical anesthesia as it has a better safety margin and lesser toxic effect than other comparable local anesthetic agents.
In the original publication Dr Patrick Meybohm of the Department of Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care Medicine and Pain Therapy, Frankfurt University Hospital, Frankfurt, Germany was inadvertently omitted from the list of investigators.
Authors: Xue Y, Yuan H, Chen Y Abstract Ultrasound-guided transversus abdominis plane (TAP) block for abdominal surgery has been widely studied in clinical settings. However, dexmedetomidine as an adjunctive analgesic combined with TAP block has been rarely reported. The present study evaluated the efficacy of TAP block combined with dexmedetomidine adjunct for gynecological laparoscopy. In brief, 90 patients were randomly divided into three groups: Group I, which received post-operative intravenous analgesia only after general anesthesia; Group II, which received a TAP block with 20 ml 0.375% ropivacaine; and Grou...