Etude comparative du valproate de sodium et du kétoprofène dans le traitement de la douleur postopératoire

@article{Martin1988EtudeCD,
  title={Etude comparative du valproate de sodium et du k{\'e}toprof{\`e}ne dans le traitement de la douleur postop{\'e}ratoire},
  author={Cl. Martin and Alex Martin and Christian Rud and Matthew John Valli},
  journal={Annales Francaises D Anesthesie Et De Reanimation},
  year={1988},
  volume={7},
  pages={387-392}
}
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Regional Anesthesia And Pain Review article: The role of anticonvulsant drugs in postoperative pain management: a bench-to-bed- side perspective (Le rôle des anticonvulsivants dans le traitement de la douleur postopératoire : perspective d'une application)
TLDR
Given the incomplete efficacy of currently available non-opioid analgesics, and the identified benefits of opioid sparing, anticonvulsant medications may be useful adjuncts for postoperative analgesia.
Review article: The role of anticonvulsant drugs in postoperative pain management: a bench-to-bedside perspective
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Given the incomplete efficacy of currently available non-opioid analgesics, and the identified benefits of opioid sparing, anticonvulsant medications may be useful adjuncts for postoperative analgesia.
Anticonvulsant drugs for acute and chronic pain.
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Anticonvulsant drugs for management of pain: a systematic review
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Systematic review of randomised controlled trials of anticonvulsants for acute, chronic, or cancer pain identified by using Medline, by hand searching, by searching reference lists, and by contacting investigators found anticonVulsants were effective for trigeminal neuralgia and diabetic neuropathy and for migraine prophylaxis.
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Sodium channel mechanisms may be involved partly in the antinociceptive induced by carbamazepine, as well as blockade of GABAA receptor subtype may induce chronic pain.
Anticonvulsant drugs for acute and chronic pain.
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While gabapentin is increasingly being used for neuropathic pain the evidence would suggest that it is not superior to carbamazepine, and in chronic pain syndromes other than trigeminal neuralgia, anticonvulsants should be withheld until other interventions have been tried.
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