Comprehensive Plan for Optimal Perioperative Pain Management
Acute pain management in the perioperative setting involves utilizing a multimodal regimen inclusive but not limited to regional anesthesia, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), opioids, intravenous anesthetics, as well as other drugs targeting receptors involved in pain modulation. Presented are the options available in perioperative pain management.
KeywordsAcute pain Regional Opioids Multimodal NSAIDs
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