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Implanted continuous epidural morphine infusion system. Preliminary report.
J Neurosurg. 1982 Jun; 56(6):803-6.JN

Abstract

A number of reports have shown that epidural or intrathecal administration of morphine provides pain relief. Since February, 1981, the authors have used an implantable pump and epidural catheter for continuous epidural morphine infusion in patients with chronic pain. This system has functioned well, without respiratory or infectious complications. Functional characteristics of the system, technique of implantation, and preliminary results in two patients treated by this method are presented.

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Language

eng

PubMed ID

7077380

Citation

Harbaugh, R E., et al. "Implanted Continuous Epidural Morphine Infusion System. Preliminary Report." Journal of Neurosurgery, vol. 56, no. 6, 1982, pp. 803-6.
Harbaugh RE, Coombs DW, Saunders RL, et al. Implanted continuous epidural morphine infusion system. Preliminary report. J Neurosurg. 1982;56(6):803-6.
Harbaugh, R. E., Coombs, D. W., Saunders, R. L., Gaylor, M., & Pageau, M. (1982). Implanted continuous epidural morphine infusion system. Preliminary report. Journal of Neurosurgery, 56(6), 803-6.
Harbaugh RE, et al. Implanted Continuous Epidural Morphine Infusion System. Preliminary Report. J Neurosurg. 1982;56(6):803-6. PubMed PMID: 7077380.
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