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  • "Toradol® following breast surgery: Is there an increased risk of hematoma?" [Journal Article]
  • PRPlast Reconstr Surg 2018 Mar 15
  • Nguyen BN, Barta RJ, … Heinrich CA
  • CONCLUSIONS: In recent years, the high rates of prescribing postoperative narcotics have received increased attention. Aside from the risk of increased availability of narcotics in the community, the side effects of nausea, pruritus, and constipation can delay patient recovery. Ketorolac is controversial for postoperative pain control because of the potential risk of bleeding, but in our 3-year retrospective study, it was not associated with an increased risk of hematoma formation.
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