publication . Article . 2013

Efficacy of paracetamol plus metamizol vs. paracetamol plus dexketoprofen in acute postoperative pain

García Ramiro, M.; Alonso Guardo, L.; Matilla Álvarez, A.; Bartol Sevillano, R.; Vaquero Roncero, L. M.; Muriel Villoria, C.;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2013
  • Publisher: Inspira Network Group, S.L
Abstract
Objetivo: El uso de fármacos con mecanismos diferentes combinados entre sí para el tratamiento del dolor, en concreto del dolor agudo postoperatorio, forma parte fundamental de un tipo de analgesia llamada multimodal. El objetivo de este trabajo es evaluar la eficacia de la asociación de paracetamol más metamizol y compararla con la asociación de paracetamol más dexketoprofeno en dolor agudo postoperatorio. Métodos: Diseñamos un estudio prospectivo de intervención en el que se incluyeron 42 pacientes sometidos bajo anestesia general a cirugías de probable bajo nivel algésico y duración < 120 minutos. Todos ellos fueron tratados con un gramo de paracetamol intrao...
Subjects
free text keywords: Paracetamol, Metamizol, Analgesia multimodal, Dexketoprofeno, Dolor agudo postoperatorio, Multimodal analgesia, Dexketoprofen, Acute postoperative pain
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