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4 Jan 2013 Patient-controlled epidural analgesia (PCEA) provided better postoperative analgesia compared to other conventional analgesic methods, but several risks . A total of 2,885 patients were assessed for study eligibility, of whom 2,276 met study criteria and were finally analyzed in this observational study.
Anesth Analg. 2003 Mar;96(3):686-91, table of contents. Patient-controlled epidural analgesia in children: can they do it? Birmingham PK(1), Wheeler M, Suresh S, Dsida RM, Rae BR, Obrecht J, Andreoni VA, Hall SC, Cote CJ. Author information: (1)Department of Anesthesiology, Children's Memorial Hospital at
Patient-controlled epidural analgesia in labour has been in use for almost a decade, although is only now at a stage where its role is well defined and utility can be increased. . Combined spinal epidural (CSE) analgesia: technique, management, and outcome for 300 mothers . Honet JE, Arkoosh VA, Norris MC, et al.
5 Nov 2016 VA SAN DIEGO HEALTHCARE SYSTEM. MEMORANDUM 118-28. SAN DIEGO, CA. Page 1 of 6. GUIDELINES FOR PATIENT-CONTROLLED ANALGESIA (PCA) AND PATIENT-. CONTROLLED EPIDURAL ANALGESIA (PCEA) FOR ACUTE PAIN MANAGEMENT. 1. PURPOSE: To assure the safe and
Page. Patient Controlled Analgesia - PCA. 3. Equianalgesia. 6. Pediatrics & PCA. 7. Epidural and Spinal Analgesia. 8. Discontinuing Epidural Therapy. 16. Potential Approved by FHA Surgical Acute Pain Nursing Shared Work . Approximate guidelines for conversion from one opioid to another or from parenteral to oral.
Exclusion criteria included preoperative coagulation abnormality, severe systemic infection, history of allergy to bupivacaine or fentanyl, and patients' inability to understand the use of patient-controlled analgesia. Epidural catheters were placed before operation at a vertebral level corresponding to the dermatomal level of
In summary, almost without exception, epidural analgesia, re- gardless of analgesic agent, epidural regimen, and type and time of pain assessment, provided superior postoperative analgesia compared to intravenous patient-controlled analgesia. DESPITE the availability of postoperative pain guidelines,1 postoperative
Although perioperative thoracic epidural analgesia (TEA) is recommended by many authors, others use intravenous patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) for postoperative analgesia after this surgical procedure. To date, no study is available that compares different types of pain management for pectus excavatum repair in a
PCEA is an attractive concept with special benefits in the obstetric population. It provides a safe and valuable alternative to other approaches to labour analgesia, with demonstrable advantages when used appropriately by motivated women. It also appears to be useful for management of pain after caesarean section.
5 Nov 2012 NOTE: This is a controlled document for Fraser Health (FH) internal use only. FH accepts Surgical and trauma patients in Fraser Health receiving epidural analgesia will receive safe, evidence based care by Continuous epidural analgesia for maternity patients is addressed in the FHA Clinical Protocol:.
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