The purpose of a surgery is to fix the root cause of an illness. If postoperative pain is neglected, or suffered in silence without being controlled, that pain is very likely to turn into long-term chronic pain. Read More
Some common ways that anesthesiologists treat pain include "patient controlled pain relief" and "peripheral nerve blocks," but these pain relief treatment methods are typically used for major surgeries such as cesarean section, open heart surgery, joint replacement surgery, etc… Read More
In the past, postoperative pain relief was a very torturous process for patients. First, they would contact their nurse practitioner, who would then notify the physician, who would prescribe the pain medication. After an interval of at least half an hour, the nurse practitioner would finally administer the medication to the patient. Read More
Doctor, what are the current options for postoperative pain control?
There are three kinds of clinical analgesic methods: oral analgesic, intramuscular or intravenous analgesia, and patient-controlled analgesia (PCA). Read More
When it comes to post-operative pain, some people believe a common misconception that the wounds associated with traditional open surgery are more painful than the wounds associated with minimally invasive surgery. That belief is incorrect. Read More