Dose-Response of Ketorolac as an Adjunct to Patient-Controlled Analgesia Morphine in Patients After Spinal Fusion Surgery

@inproceedings{Reuben1998DoseResponseOK,
  title={Dose-Response of Ketorolac as an Adjunct to Patient-Controlled Analgesia Morphine in Patients After Spinal Fusion Surgery},
  author={Scott S. Reuben and Neil Roy Connelly and Shari D. Lurie and Margaret L. Klatt and Charles Dana artist Gibson},
  year={1998}
}
This randomized, blind study was designed to determine the appropriate dose of ketorolac (a drug used as a supplement to opioids) to administer to patients who have undergone spinal stabilization surgery.The ketorolac was administered every 6 h, in addition to patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) with 

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