ASA Affiliated University Hospital Again Cited Over Dangerous Yet Common Practice - Avoidable With ‘Goldilocks’ PK Anesthesia

Date Published: 
Tue, 2011-02-08

Without preemptive analgesia (i.e. preventing pain during surgery), patients often need narcotic pain relief after surgery. ‘Goldilocks’ propofol ketamine (PK) anesthesia patients, using a brain monitor and preemptive analgesia, have only taken Tylenol® or Toradol® after surgery, NOT narcotics, for postoperative pain.

(PRWeb March 16, 2010)

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