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  • [The effect of various multimodal analgesia regimens during surgical treatment of patients with spinal stenosis on the rate of failed back surgery syndrome]. [Journal Article]
  • ZVZh Vopr Neirokhir Im N N Burdenko 2019; 83(2):71-79
  • Genov PG, Timerbaev VK, … Rebrova OY
  • CONCLUSIONS: In Group K, analgesia was not adequate during five postoperative days. Analgesia with PMA resulted in significant pain reduction during three postoperative days compared to Group K. Wound infiltration in addition to PMA was followed by more significant pain relief during six postoperative hours (compared to the PMA group). Administration of pregabalin or nefopam, as well as epidural analgesia, did not improve quality of postoperative analgesia. Five to seven months after the surgery, 66% (57; 75%) of patients had low back and/or leg pain; 41% (32; 50%) of patients had leg pain. Among patients suffering from pain, 32-41% patients had the severe chronic pain syndrome that resulted in sleep disorder, disability and significant deterioration of quality of life. The rate of failed back surgery syndrome did not depend on the perioperative analgesia regimen.
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