Effectiveness of Pre-Emptive Analgesia on Post-Operative Pain After First-Time Lumbar Spine Surgery
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OrthoEvidence. Effectiveness of Pre-Emptive Analgesia on Post-Operative Pain After First-Time Lumbar Spine Surgery. ACE Report. 2021;34(1):4. Available from: https://myorthoevidence.com/AceReport/Report/13568
Is preemptive analgesia a good choice for postoperative pain relief in lumbar spine surgeries?: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trialsMedicine (Baltimore). 2021 Apr 2; 100(13): e25319.
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Seven studies containing a total of 509 patients undergoing a first-time lumbar spine surgery were included in this meta-analysis comparing pre-emptive analgesia (n=255) and placebo (n=254) for post-operative pain relief. Pooled outcomes of interest included pain scores, opioid consumption in morphine equivalents, length of stay, and complications. Quantitative analysis results revealed significan...
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