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Multimodal analgesy and nursing approach in postoperative pain

Kübra Yýlmaz Þenyüz; Sema Koçaþlý.

Post-surgical pain is a common problem in patients. If pain is not treated after surgery, it may cause complications by acting on the systems and may become chronic. Multimodal analgesia is a method which is aims to use evidence-based practices for pain management, effective analgesia, minimizing the adverse effects of drugs, using safe and low-dose analgesia, early recovery, Early conversion of functions, early discharge. Pharmacological treatment is also supported by non-pharmacological methods in multimodal analgesia methods. Multimodal analgesia requires multidisciplinary team work. The nurses is also the most important member of this team and have important responsibilities in pain management.

Key words: Pain Management;Multimodal Analgesia;Nursing;Pain

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