2003, Number 3
Rev Mex Anest 2003; 26 (3)
Manejo del Dolor Postoperatorio en el Hospital General de Zona No.36, Ciudad Cardel, Veracruz
Fabián VV, Córdoba AF, Orueta ÁME, Hernández LD
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Determine the handling of the postoperative pain in the General Hospital number 36 of Cd. Cardel Ver. Material and methods:
We was carried out a descriptive investigation in patient postoperative, selecting the sample in the operating-theatre area, demographic data of the patient one, vital signs, analgesic and dose administered in the recovery room were captured, measuring the pain with the Visual Analogue Scale (VAS), you continuous determining these parameters for shift during the first 24 hrs. Results:
92 patients were studied, with an age of 44 ± 15 years, with prevalence of the feminine sex (70.6%) intervened surgically by cholecystectomy 33% and caesarian 13%, the anesthetic technique in 53.3% with general anesthesia, during the first 24 hours, the analgesic handling, employment single metamizol in 85%, with a dose average of 22 mg/kg, single Ketorolaco in 8% with a dose of 0.4 mg/kg and single nalbufina in 1% with a dose of 0.1 mg/kg. The intensity of the pain measure by of VAS of 0-2 reports in the 28%, of 3-5 the 50% and of 6-10 the 22%. Conclusions:
One VAS of 3 at 5 indicate moderate pain which see predominant and a VAS from 6 to 10 indicates intense pain that which is observed in the 22% the patients; the used doses are below the recommended in the literature, what indicates that the analgesic handling should improve.
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