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„Acute Pain Management Service“ — ein Dienst zur Behandlung akuter Schmerzen

  • F. P. Buckley

Zusammenfassung

Studien über die Effektivität konventioneller Analgesieverfahren (hauptsächlich mittels intramuskulärer Injektion von Opioiden) zeigen, daß ein großei Anteil von Patienten, ungefähr 30–40%, postoperativ unter mittleren bis starken Schmerzen leidet, was bereits in Editorials in angesehenen Zeitschriften angeklagt wurde [16, 17]. Diese Inzidenz scheint sich in den letzten 30 Jahren nur wenig geändert zu haben [13, 23, 30, 38].

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