Comparison of Perioperative Oral Multimodal Analgesia Versus IV PCA for Spine Surgery

@article{Rajpal2010ComparisonOP,
  title={Comparison of Perioperative Oral Multimodal Analgesia Versus IV PCA for Spine Surgery},
  author={Sharad Rajpal and Debra B. Gordon and Teresa A. Pellino and Andrea L Strayer and Denise Brost and Gregory R. Trost and Thomas A. Zdeblick and Daniel K Resnick},
  journal={Journal of Spinal Disorders \& Techniques},
  year={2010},
  volume={23},
  pages={139-145}
}
Study Design A preintervention and postintervention design was used to examine a total of 200 patients. Objective After successful implementation at our institution of a perioperative oral multimodal analgesia protocol in major joint arthroplasty, a modified regimen was provided to patients undergoing spine procedures. Summary of Background Data A proactive, multimodal approach is currently recommended for the management of acute postoperative pain. Inadequate postoperative analgesia can… 
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