Comparison of the analgesic effects of intravenous nalbuphine and pentazocine in patients with postoperative pain : T. Tammisto and I. Tigerstedt, Acta anaesth. scand., 21 (1977) 390–394

@article{Tammisto1977ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of the analgesic effects of intravenous nalbuphine and pentazocine in patients with postoperative pain : T. Tammisto and I. Tigerstedt, Acta anaesth. scand., 21 (1977) 390–394},
  author={Teppo Tammisto and I Tigerstedt},
  journal={PAIN},
  year={1977},
  volume={6}
}
One hundred patients, who were in pain during the immediate postoperative period after upper abdominal operations, were included in this double-blind, between-patient, two-dose study. During N2O-O2-halothane-relaxant anaesthesia no analgesics were given. The patients received 0.07 mg/kg or 0.14 mg/kg of nalbuphine or 0.3 mg/kg or 0.6 mg/kg of pentazocine by intravenous injection. Pain and side effects were assessed for 4 h after administration of the test drug, or until the pain returned to the… CONTINUE READING

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