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Intrathecal Morphine Versus Intravenous Opioid Administration to Impact Postoperative Analgesia in Hepato-Pancreatic Surgery: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Matot, I., Cattan, A., Papismedov, L., Dichtwald, S., Hazan, S., Ben-Haim, M.
(Abstracted from J Anesth, 31:237–245, 2017) Inadequate analgesia following abdominal surgery may increase postoperative morbidity, delay recovery, and increase hospital length of stay. Postoperative coagulopathy in hepatic surgeries complicates the safe removal of epidural catheters, thus limiting the use of analgesics, emphasizing the need for alternate analgesic techniques.
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