analgesia


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analgesia

, analgia
1. inability to feel pain
2. the relief of pain

analgesia

[‚an·əl′jēzh·ə]
(physiology)
Insensibility to pain with no loss of consciousness.
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Continuous interscalene infusion and single injection using levobupivacaine for analgesia after surgery of the shoulder.
El objetivo principal de este estudio fue observar el grado de analgesia obtenida con el protocolo actual del HUSI para manejo analgesico obstetrico, que consiste en la administracion peridural de bupivacaina al 0,1% mas fentanilo al 0,002%, mediante bolos solicitados por las pacientes segun dolor, durante la fase activa del trabajo de parto y hasta el periodo expulsivo.
In animals of group I, the analgesia of all the areas from tail to the umbilical region was complete (score 3) from T-1 to T-60 interval.
There are several reasons why it is desirable to minimize motor block during epidural analgesia in labor.
Epidural analgesia offers superior pain relief and early mobilization, especially when local anesthetic dose is combined with an adjuvant as compared to LA use alone.
Wongyingsinn et al have shown in a randomised controlled trial that spinal analgesia with morphine combined with bupivacaine for laparoscopic colonic resection provide better analgesia and decreases postoperative opioid requirement than those treated with intravenous opioid PCA.
Thoracic epidural analgesia (TEA) is the gold standard for providing analgesia after open colorectal surgery.
Ropivacaine has been used in animals as epidural anaesthesia for achieving hindquarter analgesia in goats (Khajuria et al.
The modest benefits of PIEB compared to CEI for maintenance of labor analgesia need to be considered against the cost and implementation logistics of adopting PIEB epidural pumps.