The Use of Opioid in Intrathecal Injection in Anesthesia

Amgad Ahmed Hamdi


ince their introduction into clinical practice in opioids given spinally have achieved international popularity in various clinical settings. This undoubtedly represents a major breakthrough in pain management. The use of augmentation strategies as Neuraxial Opioids in intrathecal analgesia is widespread and increasing for the management of intraoperative pain, postoperative pain, labour pain, chronic non-malignant pain and cancer pain (using implantable, programmable intrathecal pumps). It is increasingly being recognized that solution to the problem of postoperative pain management lies not so much in the development of new techniques as in the development of an organization to exploit existing expertise on the use of neuraxial

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Other Titles استخدام المواد الأفيونية في الحقن داخل السائل الشوكي في التخدير
Issue Date 2017

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