Pain Management

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Battling Post-op Pain Without Opioids

5 multimodal approaches that work best when pain from surgery is at its worst.

Posted 04/06/16 | Kendal Gapinski, Contributing Editor | Post a comment

The Case for IV Anti-Inflammatories

IV NSAIDs should figure prominently in multimodal pain protocols.

Posted 03/10/16 | Eugene R. Viscusi, MD | 1 comment

Pain Guidelines Tout Multimodal's Advantages

Start managing post-op pain in pre-op, experts recommend.

Posted 02/18/16 | 1 comment

Post-op Pain in 2016

Our reader survey shows continued migration from opioids, toward multimodal.

Posted 02/10/16 | Jim Burger, Senior Editor | Post a comment

5 Ways to Control Post-Op Pain

Effective pain management will set your joint replacement program apart.

Posted 01/13/16 | Stephen Kayiaros, MD; David A. Harwood, MD; Dean Giacobbe, MD | 6 comments

5 Essentials in Post-op Pain Management

Why you should ditch the opioids — and what to use instead.

Posted 07/24/15 | Sylvia H. Wilson, wilsosh@musc.edu | 3 comments

A New Way to Manage Post-op Pain

The Perioperative Surgical Home model is revolutionizing patient care with preset clinical pathways for specific cases.

Posted 06/29/15 | Zeev N. Kain, MD, MBA | 2 comments

Which Drug is Better For Post-op Pain Control?

Bupivacaine, at a price of about $2.80 per shot, or the liposomal bupivacaine formulation trade-named Exparel, at about $285 per vial? What we found may surprise you.

Posted 06/29/15 | Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief | 4 comments

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