Epidural anesthesia as an effective component of multimodal analgesia treatment algorithm for pancreatic injury and posttraumatic pancreatitis


  • V .V. Arsenyk
  • L. V. Gaysenyk
  • O. O. Zaritskyi
  • D. V. Petruk
  • A. M. Bartosh
  • T. V. Didych
  • O. V. Gryniv
Keywords: multimodal analgesia, pancreatic trauma, posttraumatic pancreatitis, epidural anesthesia,

Abstract

Results of treatment of 52 patients with acute pancreatitis treated in the surgical department №1 of Kamenets-Podilskyi City Hospital №1. The patients' age was from 19 to 57 years (mean age - 38 years). Women were 11 (21%), men - 41 (79%). Patients were divided into 2 of the group: in the main (20 patients) treatment algorithm provided a multimodal analgesia, and in the control group (32 patients) were performed analgesia non-opioid and opioid analgesics. Multimodal analgesia was carried out in the combined use of epidural anesthesia and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug Depiofen.

Published
2017-03-31
How to Cite
Arsenyk, V. .V., Gaysenyk, L. V., Zaritskyi, O. O., Petruk, D. V., Bartosh, A. M., Didych, T. V., & Gryniv, O. V. (2017). Epidural anesthesia as an effective component of multimodal analgesia treatment algorithm for pancreatic injury and posttraumatic pancreatitis. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (26), 160-164. Retrieved from https://bba-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/160