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Atuhani Burnett, Brian Faley, Themba Nyirenda, Zubin M Bamboat
INTRODUCTION: Sustained release liposomal bupivacaine (LB) is a new pain control option that can reduce opioid use after laparotomy, which is known to prolong ileus, length of stay. METHODS: Sixty-one consecutive patients undergoing laparotomy were treated with a standardized multi-modal therapy (MMT) consisting of IV tylenol, toradol, and morphine/dilaudid PCA. Thirty-one of those patients were additionally treated with LB infiltrated during fascial closure. Endpoints were opioid use, time to flatus, length of stay, and complications...
November 2018: International Journal of Surgery
Blair Peters, Jennifer L Giuffre
PURPOSE: Treatment patterns of carpal tunnel surgery by members of the American Society of Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) have recently been published. The majority of cases in this study were performed in the general operating room with intravenous (IV) sedation or a Bier block. Patients were most commonly prescribed hydrocodone for postoperative pain. The majority of carpal tunnel releases at our center are performed under local anesthesia alone, with plain acetaminophen (Tylenol) or codeine prescribed for postoperative pain...
March 17, 2018: Journal of Hand Surgery
Mohamad J Alshikho, Joud M Talas, Salem I Noureldine, Saf Zazou, Aladdin Addas, Haitham Kurabi, Mahmoud Nasser
BACKGROUND Intestinal lymphangiectasia (IL) is a rare disease characterized by a dilatation of the intestinal lymphatics and loss of lymph fluid into the gastrointestinal tract leading to hypoproteinemia, edema, lymphocytopenia, hypogammaglobinemia, and immunological abnormalities. Iron, calcium, and other serum components (e.g., lipids, fat soluble vitamins) may also be depleted. A literature search revealed more than 200 reported cases of IL. Herein, we report our observations of a patient diagnosed with IL; we also present our conclusion for our review of the published literature...
July 21, 2016: American Journal of Case Reports
Neil K Singla, Cherri Parulan, Roselle Samson, Joel Hutchinson, Rick Bushnell, Evelyn G Beja, Robert Ang, Mike A Royal
BACKGROUND: This is the first study to compare plasma and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pharmacokinetics of intravenous (IV), oral (PO), or rectal (PR) formulations of acetaminophen. METHODS: Healthy male subjects (N = 6) were randomized to receive a single dose of IV (OFIRMEV(®) ; Cadence) 1,000 mg (15 minute infusion), PO (2 Tylenol(®) 500 mg caplets; McNeil Consumer Healthcare), or PR acetaminophen (2 Feverall(®) 650 mg suppositories; Actavis) with a 1-day washout period between doses...
September 2012: Pain Practice: the Official Journal of World Institute of Pain
T S Claseman, W L Foley, R D Davis, J W Morrison, C A Palmore, D F Murchison
The purpose of this study was to compare the postoperative analgesic efficacy of the presurgical intravenous administration of a steroid (dexamethasone), a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (ketorolac), and a combination of the two medications. These drugs were administrated preoperatively, and their analgesic effects were assessed following the removal of four third molars using intravenous sedation (Fentany/Midazolam) and local anesthetic (2% lidocaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine). Thirty-four patients were randomly assigned to one of four groups: Group I (control), saline; Group II, 30 mg ketorolac; Group III, 8 mg dexamethasone; and Group IV, 30 mg ketorolac + 8 mg dexamethasone...
1998: Anesthesia Progress
Abdaal W Khan, Barry J Fuller, Sudeep R Shah, Brian R Davidson, Keith Rolles
AIMS: N-acetyl cysteine (NAC), an anti oxidant and a glutathione precursor, is effective in ameliorating liver injury of Tylenol overdose. There is experimental evidence that it also reduces ischemia reperfusion (I/R) injury. This clinical study was undertaken to study the effect of NAC administered in the donor operation. METHODS: 22 patients were randomized to receive NAC (IV & Portal flush) or no NAC (Control Group) during donor operation. Peak AST levels and 1-hour post-reperfusion biopsies were used to assess I/R injury...
April 2005: Annals of Hepatology
S S Reuben, R B Steinberg, J M Kreitzer, K M Duprat
Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) interfere with the synthesis of inflammatory mediators and can supplement postoperative pain relief. We postulated that using the parenterally available NSAID ketorolac (K) as a component of intravenous regional anesthesia (IVRA) would suppress intraoperative tourniquet pain and enhance postoperative analgesia. Sixty patients were assigned randomly and blindly to receive either intravenous (i.v.) saline and IVRA with 0.5% lidocaine, IV K and IVRA 0.5% lidocaine, or i...
July 1995: Anesthesia and Analgesia
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