[Postoperative pain therapy at general nursing stations. An analysis of eight year's experience at an anesthesiological acute pain service].

@article{Maier1994PostoperativePT,
  title={[Postoperative pain therapy at general nursing stations. An analysis of eight year's experience at an anesthesiological acute pain service].},
  author={Christoph E Maier and K. Kibbel and S K Mercker and Hinnerk F. Wulf},
  journal={Der Anaesthesist},
  year={1994},
  volume={43 6},
  pages={385-97}
}
Despite major advances in knowledge and development of efficient techniques for pain control, many patients on surgical wards suffer from modest to severe pain following surgery or trauma. Therefore, in the University Hospital of Kiel, Germany, an anaesthesiology-based acute pain service (APS) was started in 1985 to improve this situation. Organization of an APS. The anaesthesiologist in training who manages the recovery unit serves as an APS for surgical wards and is supervised by a consultant… CONTINUE READING
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