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Currently, there are no established definitions or terminology for sedation-related adverse events (AEs). With clear terminology and definitions, sedation events may be accurately identified and tracked, providing a benchmark for defining the occurrence of AEs, ranging from minimal to severe. This terminology could apply to sedation performed in any(More)
The aim of these recommendations is the revision of data published in 2002 in the "SIAARTI Recommendations for acute postoperative pain treatment". In this version, the SIAARTI Study Group for acute and chronic pain decided to grade evidence based on the "modified Delphi" method with 5 levels of recommendation strength. Analgesia is a fundamental right of(More)
C. MATTIA 1, G. SAVOIA 2, F. PAOLETTI 3, O. PIAZZA 4, D. ALBANESE 5, B. AMANTEA 6, F. AMBROSIO 7, B. BELFIORE 8, M. BERTI 9, L. BERTINI 10, F. BRUNO 11, M. CARASSITI 12, D. CELLENO 13, F. COLUZZI 1, G. CONSALES 14, A. COSTANTINI 15, F. CUPPINI 16, R. A. DE GAUDIO 14, A. FARNIA 17, G. FINCO 18, E. GRAVINO 4, A. GUBERTI 19, L. LAURENZI 20, S. MANGIONE 21, M.(More)
Following the initial resuscitation of burn patients, the pain experienced may be divided into a 'background' pain and a 'breakthrough' pain associated with painful procedures. While background pain may be treated with intravenous opioids via continuous infusion or patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) and/or less potent oral opioids, breakthrough pain may be(More)
Quality can be considered to be a strategic element in the political process of planning and implementation of health and social care, resulting in a form of guarantee for the public through encouraging constructive competition between providers and reducing wasting and poor management. This should also be applied to managing loco-regional anesthesia.(More)