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(Anorectal pain)
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  • High post-operative pain scores despite multimodal analgesia in ambulatory anorectal surgery: a prospective cohort study. [Journal Article]
  • ACActa Chir Belg 2018 Sep 07; :1-7
  • Ceulemans A, De Looze D, … Coppens M
  • CONCLUSIONS: A multimodal analgesic approach consisting of local anesthetic infiltration, multiple oral analgesics and written information seems to be insufficient for certain patient groups after ambulatory anorectal surgery. Especially patients undergoing surgery for hemorrhoids or an anal fissure should receive adequate analgesia. Pain during defecation is problematic and finding a solution for this problem remains challenging. Further research into the combined use of different analgesic modalities is recommended.
  • Patterns of opioid use and prescribing for outpatient anorectal operations. [Journal Article]
  • JSJ Surg Res 2018; 229:283-287
  • Swarup A, Mathis KA, … Ivatury SJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Most patients had adequate pain control after anorectal surgery with little to no use of opioids and that more than 80% of opioid pills prescribed were not consumed. We intend to standardize our prescribing opioid quantities for outpatient anorectal operations to reflect this reduced use.
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