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Non-opioid Analgesics in Adults After Major Surgery: Systematic Review With Network Meta-analysis of Randomized Trials

Ravaud, P., Trinquart, L., Beloeil, H., Martinez, V., Fletcher, D., Marret, E.
(Abstracted from Br J Anaesth, 118(1):22–31, 2017) As a part of a balanced anaesthesia technique, many analgesics other than morphine (AOM) are used in the postoperative period to reduce pain and opioid consumption. The purpose of this systematic review with network meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials was to compare AOM to a placebo or another AOM for treating pain after major surgery when a morphine patient-controlled analgesia was used for pain control.
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