Intravenous patient-controlled analgesia to manage the postoperative pain in patients undergoing craniotomy

@inproceedings{Na2011IntravenousPA,
  title={Intravenous patient-controlled analgesia to manage the postoperative pain in patients undergoing craniotomy},
  author={Hyo-Seok Na and Sang-Bum An and Hee-Pyoung Park and Young-jin Lim and Jung-Won Hwang and Young-Tae Jeon and Seong-won Min},
  booktitle={Korean journal of anesthesiology},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND This randomized controlled study evaluated the efficacy of intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (IV-PCA) with fentanyl and ketorolac for neurosurgical patients, and compared the effectiveness of IV-PCA with intermittent analgesics injection. METHODS The patients undergoing craniotomy were randomly assigned to two groups. Patients of group P (n = 53) received fentanyl (0.2 µg/kg/hr) and ketorolac (0.3 mg/kg/hr) via IV-PCA, and those of group N (n = 53) received intermittent… CONTINUE READING

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