Метоксифлуран – ингаляционный анальгетик, открывающий новые возможности в обезболивании

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Метоксифлуран – ингаляционный анальгетик, открывающий новые возможности в обезболивании

Аннотация. Несмотря на то, что в последнее десятилетие были опубликованы многочисленные клинические рекомендации по лечению боли, неадекватное облегчение боли остается серьезной проблемой здравоохранения.

Для лечения острой боли доступно несколько методов анальгезии, включающих внутривенное обезболивание, эпидуральную анестезию и оральное введение медицинских препаратов. Однако до сих пор существующие методы обезболивания не закрывают всех потребностей надлежащего обезболивания; продолжается поиск новых форм выпуска, способов ввода и методик обезболивания.

Сейчас активно внедряются неинвазивные методы обезболивания, включающие трансдермальную систему подачи анальгетиков (в частности, фентанила гидрохлорида), интраназальную и ингаляционную анальгезию, при которых доставка анальгетических средств контролируется как врачом, так и пациентом.

Целью этой статьи является обзор ингаляционного анальгетика метоксифлурана, который применяют с помощью индивидуального ингалятора и используют для лечения острой боли.

Ключевые слова: метоксифлуран, анальгетик, боль, обезболивание.

Авторы: Дмитриев Д. В., Назарчук А. А., Бабина Ю. Н. (Винницкий национальный медицинский университет им. Н. И. Пирогова)

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