publication . Article . 2006

Terapéutica del dolor agudo

Alonso Babarro, Alberto;
Open Access Spanish; Castilian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2006
  • Country: Spain
El abordaje del dolor agudo en la práctica clínica debe empezar siempre por una correcta valoración. La evaluación debe incluir tanto la investigación sobre el probable origen del dolor, sus características y su mecanismo fisiopatológico como la determinación de la intensidad del dolor para facilitarnos el control del tratamiento propuesto. Numerosos trabajos han evaluado mediante revisiones sistemáticas la utilidad de los diferentes tratamientos en los distintos cuadros de dolor agudo. A partir de dichos trabajos proponemos esquemas terapéuticos definidos en función de los tipos de dolor analizados: (1) Dolor Postquirúrgico: En cirugía menor y ambulatoria la pr...
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