Imrecoxib vs. Celecoxib for Pain Control After Arthroscopic Knee Surgery
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OrthoEvidence. Imrecoxib vs. Celecoxib for Pain Control After Arthroscopic Knee Surgery. ACE Report. 2022;271(1):1. Available from: https://myorthoevidence.com/AceReport/Report/14814
Imrecoxib versus celecoxib as postoperative analgesia for patients receiving arthroscopic knee surgery: a randomized, controlled, non-inferiority studyInflammopharmacology. 2022 Jun;30(3): 875-881.
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One hundred and twenty-six patients undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery were randomized in this non-inferiority trial to receive either imrecoxib (n=64) or celecoxib (n=62). The primary outcome of interest pain scores on a Visual Analog Scale (VAS), measured at rest and during movement up to 72 hours post-operation. Secondary outcomes of interest included pethidine administration, patient satisfa...
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