Pain management after cesarean: a randomized controlled trial of oxycodone versus intravenous piritramide

@article{Dieterich2012PainMA,
  title={Pain management after cesarean: a randomized controlled trial of oxycodone versus intravenous piritramide},
  author={Max Dieterich and Katja M{\"u}ller-Jordan and Johannes Stubert and Guenther Kundt and Klaus F. Wagner and Bernd Gerber},
  journal={Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics},
  year={2012},
  volume={286},
  pages={859-865}
}
Primary objective was to assess whether oral analgesia with oxycodone offers superior pain relief after cesareans than patient controlled analgesia (PCA). Secondary outcomes were additional pain medication, time to first mobilization, therapeutic side effects, postoperative restrictions, overall satisfaction and costs. Randomized controlled trial at a University Hospital conduct between July 2009 and November 2009. Of the 1,112 patients, 257 met the inclusion criteria and 239 agreed to… CONTINUE READING

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