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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.
Chart review of women who have delivered an infant in a single health care system to determine if NSAID use increases blood pressures in the postpartum period.