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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It may result from preemptive analgesia of hydromorphone that the preemptive hydromorphone group has lower MBP and HR after pneumoperitoneum than the control group.
Dahl, "A qualitative and quantitative systematic review of preemptive analgesia for postoperative pain relief," Anesthesiology, vol.
Satisfactory pain control involved a multimodality of treatment, which included low-pressure pneumoperitoneum (7mmHg) [14,15], preemptive analgesia [15, 16], intraoperative local anaesthesia infiltration, and postoperative analgesia.
The role of GANB as preemptive analgesia has not been much studied in dentistry.
Clinical research clearly indicates that clinicians should consider using ibuprofen as well as paracetamol as a routine preemptive analgesia to children who undergo tonsillectomy procedures without the fear of the risk of bleeding.
Only 32 patients received preemptive analgesia of which 18.7% developed chronic pain, whereas 42% of patients who did not receive preemptive analgesia developed chronic pain.
Preemptive analgesia: clinical evidence of neuroplasticity contributing to postoperative pain.
They receive rectal preemptive analgesia and some distraction-type analgesia.
The concept of preemptive analgesia proposes that analgesia be initiated before application of the noxious stimulus to break the pattern of evolution from acute to chronic pain.