Multicenter study of the effectiveness of postoperative pain relief in Ukraine using paracetаmol in surgical hospitals – “ROZUM”

Abstract. This article is devoted to the effectiveness of postoperative pain relief in surgical hospitals in Ukraine. Multicenter study of the effectiveness of postoperative pain relief in Ukraine using paracetаmol in surgical hospitals – ROZUM is descibed. The effectiveness of multimodal anal­ gesia and other analgesia in the postoperative period has been determined. Predictors of inadequate pain relief in surgical patients were identified, and the risks of pain syndrome development in a surgical hospital were assessed. The use of paracetamol in the schemes of multimodal analgesia in the postoperative period was evaluated.

Key words: paracetamol, analgesia, postoperative period, multimodal analgesia.

Authors:

Dmitriev D. V. et al.

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