Search Results for "Multimodal Analgesia Definition"

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Contract Research Organization news

A contract research organization, also called a clinical research organization, (CRO) is a service organization that provides support to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries in the form o...

Neurotrophic Growth Factors NGF BDNF CNTF

Early clinical trials with classical neurotrophic growth factor proteins such as NGF, BDNF, CNTF have failed for various reasons including safety, efficacy and convenience of administration as well as...

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Outpatient Multimodal Intravenous Analgesia

This study examined the feasibility of elastomeric devices for home-based intravenous pain treatment following major ambulatory surgery. BMC Anesthesiology

Ketamine Infusions for Pediatric Sedation and Analgesia

Ketamine is commonly used for procedural sedation and analgesia. How safe is it in children? Pediatric Pharmacotherapy

Infiltration Analgesia vs. Femoral Nerve Block After TKA

While femoral nerve block is the gold standard in pain management following knee arthroplasty, local infiltration analgesia is an alternate approach. How do they compare? British Journal of Anaesthe...

Wellbeing and being well

What does being healthy mean? What it does not mean—according to the well worn World Health Organization definition—is the absence of disease.1 More positively than that, as the WHO definition... ...

Multimodal everyday training and brain stimulation can help with memory problems

"By taking the correct steps, it is possible to delay or alleviate the early clinical symptoms of Alzheimer's such as forgetfulness," stresses Peter Dal-Bianco, Alzheimer's expert at MedUni Vienna's D...

WHO consider new definition of infertility that includes being single

The World Health Organisation is considering making changes to the definition of infertility to recognise that every individual has the 'right to reproduce'...

WHO considers new definition of infertility that includes being single

The World Health Organisation is considering making changes to the definition of infertility to recognise that every individual has the 'right to reproduce'...

New research revises scaffold definition for systematic analysis of compound diversity

While the Bemis-Murcko approach to scaffold analysis has remained the go-to definition for computational medicinal chemistry for the past few decades, it is not without its shortcomings.

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Effects of postoperative administration of celecoxib on pain management in patients after total knee arthroplasty: study protocol for an open-label randomized controlled trial.

Multimodal analgesia is achieved by combining different analgesics and different methods of analgesic administration, synergistically providing superior pain relief when compared with conventional ana...

Current Strategies in Anesthesia and Analgesia for Total Knee Arthroplasty.

Total knee arthroplasty is associated with substantial postoperative pain that may impair mobility, reduce the ability to participate in rehabilitation, lead to chronic pain, and reduce patient satisf...

Evaluating Femoral-Sciatic Nerve Blocks, Epidural Analgesia, and No Use of Regional Analgesia in Dogs Undergoing Tibia-Plateau-Leveling-Osteotomy.

This is a retrospective study evaluating femoral-sciatic nerve blocks (FSBs), epidural analgesia, and non-regional analgesia (NRA) in dogs undergoing tibia-plateau-leveling-osteotomy surgery. Thirty-f...

Review of perioperative pain management of opioid-dependent patients.

Opioid dependence can occur due to prescription opioid use, recreational opioid use, or as a result of opioid use for the treatment of drug addiction. Pain control in these patients is truly a challen...

The Incidence of Peripheral Nerve Injury After Multimodal Perineural Anesthesia/Analgesia Does Not Appear to Differ from That Following Single-Drug Nerve Blocks (2011-2014).

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