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To determine the effect of post-operative abdominal binder usage on total narcotic usage after undergoing surgery. To determine if abdominal binder usage results in decreased visual analog scale (VAS) pain scores and shorter time to first ambulation post operatively.
This study evaluates how a protocol of scheduled non-narcotic anesthetic used in the immediate post-operative period affects the average patient pain scale scores and the amount of oral narcotic medication administered. The objective of the study is to identify a post-operative pain control regimen that can decrease the amount of oral narcotic medications administered in the post-operative period. The primary outcome will be the amount of morphine milligram equivalents (MME) used in each group. Secondary outcomes will include pain scores, postoperative complete blood count, and post-operative satisfaction with care received during admission.
This is a clinical study that will investigate the occurrence of post-operative discomfort following the use of the Gentlewave System for root canal disinfection and irrigation. Assessment of discomfort level will be via a visualized analog pain scale.
The purpose of the study is to evaluate the efficacy of three different types of pain medication (Oxycodone - an opioid, Ibuprofen - a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory, and Acetaminophen - a non-opioid analgesic) in the management of postoperative pain following single soft tissue procedures of the hand and wrist performed exclusively under local anesthesia without sedation. The results of this study will help define optimal prescribing guidelines following the two most common hand surgeries while also potentially validating the use of opioid alternatives post-operatively in order to help mitigate excessive or unnecessary dispensal of opioid analgesics.
this study will assess different irrigating materials on the success revascularization of necrotic mature teeth associated with PRF.
The goal of this research was to relate the occurrence of post-endodontic pain after single-visit RCT using there irrigating regime. Methodology: All 216 patients had upper or lower molar, premolar or anterior teeth selected for conventional RCT for prosthetic reasons detected with only vital pulps. Of the sample of 216 teeth, were selected to just one method for instrumentation and different manner to irrigate. All instruments were used with a micro motor (VDW, Munich Germany). Reciproc instruments. Final irrigation with cold (8oC, 2.5 oC and room temperature 17% EDTA and saline solution served as a lubricants.
The goal of this clinical research was to relate the incidence of post-endodontic pain after one-visit root canal treatment using two cold protocols of irrigation. Methodology: All 240 patients had upper or lower molar, premolar or anterior teeth selected for conventional root canal treatment for prosthetic reasons detected with only vital pulps (symptomatic or asymptomatic condition). Of the sample of 240 teeth, were selected to different manner to irrigate. Reciproc instruments were used with a micro motor (VDW, Munich Germany). Final irrigation with cold (6oC, 2.5 oC and room temperature 17% EDTA and saline solution served as a lubricants.
Caesarean section is a common method of delivery in obstetrics. With the recent increase in the rate of this procedure, it is wise to understand and implement the optimal surgical technique. Therefore, different operational methods have been defined to reduce the risk of peri/post-operative morbidity. The digital dilatation of cervix during elective caesarean section has still been a concern when evaluating this issue. This procedure is supposed to help the drainage of blood and lochia postpartum, thus reducing infection or the risk of postpartum haemorrhage (PPH). However, on the contrary, this mechanical manipulation may also result in contamination by a vaginal micro-organism and increase the risk of infections or cervical trauma. Additionally, the effect of routine cervical dilatation on patients' perception of pain has not been studied sufficiently yet. As a result, the current literature lacks evidence of cervical dilatation on postoperative pain and is even not all in agreement regarding the potential benefits on overall maternal morbidity.
Ventral hernia repair leads to more than expected pain. This is thought to be secondary to nerve pain at the lateral transfixion sutures. Systemic lidocaine given pre-op has in other situations decreased neurogenic pain. This study will examine its effects on pain experienced after ventral hernia repair.
Caudal aneasthesia for pediatric surgery was first reported in 1933. Since then, studies have described the indications for pediatric caudal block, the level of analgesia, doses, advantages and disadvantages of this technique. In children, caudal anesthesia is most effectively used as adjunct to general aneasthesia and has an opioid-sparing effect, permitting faster and smoother emergence from aneasthesia. A single shot caudal anesthesia provides relatively brief analgesia for 4 to 8 hours depending on the agent used. Prolongation of anesthesia can be achieved by adding various adjuvants, such as opioids and nonopioids such as clonidine, ketamine, midazolam, and neostigmine,with varying degrees of success.