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HSOA Journal of Surgery : Current Trends & Innovations Retrospective Study

@inproceedings{Gannon2018HSOAJO,
  title={HSOA Journal of Surgery : Current Trends \& Innovations Retrospective Study},
  author={Emmett J. Gannon and Chris A. Cornett and Evan Larson and Elizabeth Lyden},
  year={2018}
}
Background Pain management is an important portion of a patient’s postoperative care. Improved pain control can lead to improved outcomes, earlier mobilization, and shortened hospital stays. With the large side-effect profile of narcotics, numerous alternative methods to decrease opioid consumption, attain better pain-control and improve outcomes have been used. The emergence of the long-acting local anesthetic agent, Liposomal Bupivacaine (LB), has shown promise in improving pain control and… 

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