Does periarticular injection have additional pain relieving effects during contemporary multimodal pain control protocols for TKA?: A randomised, controlled study.

@article{Koh2012DoesPI,
  title={Does periarticular injection have additional pain relieving effects during contemporary multimodal pain control protocols for TKA?: A randomised, controlled study.},
  author={In Jun Koh and Yeon Gwi Kang and Chong Bum Chang and Sang-Hwan Do and Sang Cheol Seong and Tae Kyun Kim},
  journal={The Knee},
  year={2012},
  volume={19 4},
  pages={253-9}
}
Although the analgesic effects of periarticular multimodal drug injection (PMDI) after TKA have been well documented, there is little information about additional pain relieving effects of PMDI incorporated to contemporary multimodal pain control protocols which have been proved to provide excellent analgesia. We performed a parallel-group, randomised, controlled study to determine whether PMDI provides additional clinical benefits on contemporary multimodal analgesic protocols including… CONTINUE READING

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