The efficacy of NMDA receptor antagonists for preventing remifentanil-induced increase in postoperative pain and analgesic requirement: a meta-analysis.

@article{Liu2012TheEO,
  title={The efficacy of NMDA receptor antagonists for preventing remifentanil-induced increase in postoperative pain and analgesic requirement: a meta-analysis.},
  author={Y Liu and Yuxin Zheng and Xiao-ling Gu and Zhenjun Ma},
  journal={Minerva anestesiologica},
  year={2012},
  volume={78 6},
  pages={653-67}
}
BACKGROUND Meta-analysis was performed to evaluate the preventive effects of N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor antagonists on remifentanil-induced increase in postoperative pain and analgesic requirement in patients. METHODS Pubmed, EMBase, Springer and the Cochrane Controlled Trials Register were searched to identify all randomized controlled trials (RCTs) published to November 2010 which investigated the preventive effects of NMDA receptor antagonists on remifentanil-induced… CONTINUE READING

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AnalgesicsNo subtypePain
The outcomes analyzed were the postoperative analgesic consumption , pain intensity scores , time to first analgesic request , and the incidence of adverse effects .
The outcomes analyzed were the postoperative analgesic consumption , pain intensity scores , time to first analgesic request , and the incidence of adverse effects .
There were no significant differences in postoperative analgesic consumption , pain scores at other time points , time to first analgesic request and the incidence of adverse effects ( P>0.05 ) .
There were no significant differences in postoperative analgesic consumption , pain scores at other time points , time to first analgesic request and the incidence of adverse effects ( P>0.05 ) .
AnalgesicsIs related toPain
The outcomes analyzed were the postoperative analgesic consumption , pain intensity scores , time to first analgesic request , and the incidence of adverse effects .
The outcomes analyzed were the postoperative analgesic consumption , pain intensity scores , time to first analgesic request , and the incidence of adverse effects .
There were no significant differences in postoperative analgesic consumption , pain scores at other time points , time to first analgesic request and the incidence of adverse effects ( P>0.05 ) .
There were no significant differences in postoperative analgesic consumption , pain scores at other time points , time to first analgesic request and the incidence of adverse effects ( P>0.05 ) .
Meta - analysis was performed to evaluate the preventive effects of N - methyl - D - aspartate ( NMDA ) receptor antagonists on remifentanil - induced increase in postoperative pain and analgesic requirement in patients .
Meta - analysis was performed to evaluate the preventive effects of N - methyl - D - aspartate ( NMDA ) receptor antagonists on remifentanil - induced increase in postoperative pain and analgesic requirement in patients .
Meta - analysis was performed to evaluate the preventive effects of N - methyl - D - aspartate ( NMDA ) receptor antagonists on remifentanil - induced increase in postoperative pain and analgesic requirement in patients .
PainIs related toAnalgesics
The outcomes analyzed were the postoperative analgesic consumption , pain intensity scores , time to first analgesic request , and the incidence of adverse effects .
The outcomes analyzed were the postoperative analgesic consumption , pain intensity scores , time to first analgesic request , and the incidence of adverse effects .
There were no significant differences in postoperative analgesic consumption , pain scores at other time points , time to first analgesic request and the incidence of adverse effects ( P>0.05 ) .
There were no significant differences in postoperative analgesic consumption , pain scores at other time points , time to first analgesic request and the incidence of adverse effects ( P>0.05 ) .
PainNo subtypeAnalgesics
The outcomes analyzed were the postoperative analgesic consumption , pain intensity scores , time to first analgesic request , and the incidence of adverse effects .
The outcomes analyzed were the postoperative analgesic consumption , pain intensity scores , time to first analgesic request , and the incidence of adverse effects .
There were no significant differences in postoperative analgesic consumption , pain scores at other time points , time to first analgesic request and the incidence of adverse effects ( P>0.05 ) .
There were no significant differences in postoperative analgesic consumption , pain scores at other time points , time to first analgesic request and the incidence of adverse effects ( P>0.05 ) .
Meta - analysis was performed to evaluate the preventive effects of N - methyl - D - aspartate ( NMDA ) receptor antagonists on remifentanil - induced increase in postoperative pain and analgesic requirement in patients .
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