Bigelow's article announcing the birth of our specialty and delivery from pain, voted the most important for the last 200 years of the New England Journal of Medicine! Congratulations, dear friends an colleagues! Since the 1846 report from Boston surgeon Henry Jacob Bigelow, “Insensibility during Surgical Operations Produced by Inhalation,” so many of the significant advances we’ve seen rely on the use of anesthesia. It is difficult to imagine medicine today without it. http://blogs.nejm.org/now/index.php/the-most-important-article-in-nejm-history/2012/11/01/
Action Points Note that this study was published as an abstract and presented at a conference. These data and conclusions should be considered to be preliminary until published in a peer-reviewed journal. Patients who received intravenous acetaminophen after bariatric surgery had a significantly lower requirement for opioids in the first 24 hours after surgery. Point out that patients reported no loss of pain control with intravenous acetaminophen. SAN DIEGO -- Patients who received intravenous acetaminophen after bariatric surgery had a significantly lower requirement for opioids in the first 24 hours after surgery, results of a small retrospective study showed. On average, patients treated with IV ...
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60 years old male patient ,heavy smocker (3packs daily),cyanosed and dyspnec(COAD)presented with left sided foot drop due to lumber disk prolaps so I did it under spinal anaesthesia .I had hypotention treated by low dose ephdrine. Patient is doing well ..I hope that I can have any openion about this case REGARDS