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Pain and Abdominal Breathing Exercises

Postoperative evaluation of patients who did and did not do preoperative abdominal breathing exercises.

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  • 03 May, 2022
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Caffeine Intake Inrelation to Perioperative Analgesic Consumption

Caffeine is the most widely consumed psychoactive drug in the world. Natural sources of caffeine include coffee, tea, and chocolate. Synthetic caffeine is also added to products to promote arousal, alertness, energy, and elevated mood. We designed this prospective observational study to determine if caffeine consumption would influence intraoperative analgesic …

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  • 24 May, 2022
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Effect of ANI on Intraoperative Opioid Consumption

The aim of the study is to compare the analgesic nociception index (ANI), which is used to determine the dose of analgesic agent needed in the intraoperative period, with the conventional method in patients with erector spinae block who underwent gynecological surgery under general anesthesia.

pain relieving
anesthesia
Accepts healthy volunteers
analgesia
opioid
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  • 19 Nov, 2021
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Postpartum Pain Experience and Attitudes About Opioid Prescribing

This is a prospective qualitative study of obstetric clinicians examining factors which influence their approach to postpartum pain management, their perspectives and preferences of interventions aimed at reducing opioid use, and the biases which may contribute disparities in this setting.

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  • 22 Mar, 2022
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Brain Biomarker of Endogenous Analgesia in Patients With Chronic Knee Pain

This case-control study in patients with knee osteoarthritis and pain-free control individuals aims to develop a brain biomarker of endogenous analgesia that may be used in subsequent clinical trials. Deficits in central nervous system (CNS) pain inhibition may contribute to chronic pain intensity, but quantitative sensory testing (QST) methods are …

osteoarthritis
analgesia
Accepts healthy volunteers
brain imaging
knee pain
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  • 17 Dec, 2021
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Postoperative Pain Management of Caesarean Section

Caesarean section is one of the most frequent surgeries causing severe postoperative pain. Poor management of acute pain can contribute to postoperative complications, late recovery and the development of chronic pain. Moreover, it had been demonstrated that the intensity of postpartum pain is associated with depression. It is imperative to …

analgesics
morphine
anesthesia
analgesia
postoperative pain
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  • 07 Mar, 2022
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