A765 ANALGESIA AFTER BREAST SURGERY: A COMPARISON OF INTRAPLEURAL BUPIVACAINE AND INTRAMUSCULAR OPIATE
Departments of Anesthesiology (1), Physical Medicine Mastectony results in immediate postop, functional dissbility of the ipsilateral shoulder. Early exercises have been advocated to reverse this dysfunction. Reiestad et al. (1) stated that intrapleural(IPL) analgesia controlled study compared the efficacy of opiate and IPL analgesia on postop. Pain and shoulder disbility after breast surgery combined to zxillary lymph modes excision.
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J. JORIS, I. LEMARCHAND, M. PIRLET, C. DESAIVE, M. MEURISSE, M. FOIDART, M. LAMY; A765 ANALGESIA AFTER BREAST SURGERY: A COMPARISON OF INTRAPLEURAL BUPIVACAINE AND INTRAMUSCULAR OPIATE. Anesthesiology 1990; 73:NA doi: https://doi.org/10.1097/00000542-199009001-00763
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