COA/ICORS2019: Lower pain, similar opioid consumption and mobility with pre-hip op FNB vs usual care
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73 patients scheduled for hip surgery were randomized to receive a pre-operative femoral nerve block in addition to usual care, or usual care only, for the relief of pain. Outcomes of interest included pain at rest and during activity, pre- and post-operative opioid consumption, and mobilization on post-operative day 1. Results from the study revealed significantly favourable pain scores at rest a...
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