Un ensayo controlado y randomizado | 20 OCT 14

El hielo reduce el dolor y el uso de narcóticos postoperatorios de la incisión en la línea media

Los autores hipotetizaron que los pacientes sometidos a operaciones abdominales mayores y randomizados para recibir crioterapia, mediante un paquete de hielo en el período postoperatorio inmediato, podrían reportar puntajes más bajos de dolor, menor uso de medicación narcótica para el dolor y tener estadías hospitalarias más cortas.
Autor/a: Watkins AA, Johnson TV, Shrewsberry AB, Nouparvar P, Madni T, Watkins CJ, Feingold PL, Kooby DA, Maithel SA, Staley CA,Master VA J Am Coll Surg 2014; 219(3): 511-517
INDICE:  1. Desarrollo | 2. Bibliografía
Bibliografía


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