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Kombination systemisch wirkender Analgetika

  • H. W. Striebel

Zusammenfassung

Die Tatsache, daß die Therapie postoperativer Schmerzen wiederholt als unzureichend beschrieben wurde und ein hoher Prozentsatz der Patienten über stärkere postoperative Schmerzen klagt [19, 28, 40, 62, 66, 69, 81, 105], ist oft Folge organisatorischer Mängel. Daher wird inzwischen vielerorts die Etablierung eines akuten Schmerzdienstes („Acute Pain Service“) vorangetrieben (vgl. Kap. 5).

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