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Postoperative Pain Management - Good Clinical Practice

1 1 1. Introduction and objectives 1 Although the choice of drugs shown here is indicative, adjustments will be required to take account of individual patient variation and are the responsibility of the prescribing physician.

CARDIOVASCULAR MANAGEMENT (Contd.)

FLUID, ELECTROLYTE & RENAL MANAGEMENT Optimal postoperative care requires: § clinical assessment and monitoring § respiratory management § cardiovascular management § fluid, electrolyte and renal management §control of sepsis § nutrition Only accept responsibility appropriate to your ...

Postoperative care

Postoperative care Post operative note and orders The patient should be discharged to the ward with comprehensive orders for the following: • Vital signs • Pain control • Rate and type of intravenous fluid • Urine and gastrointestinal fluid output • Other medications ...

Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting: An Overview ...

Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting: An Overview: Nonpharmacological and pharmacological therapies have decreased the incidence of a common problem that, untreated, can lead to serious complications

ADVISORY OPINION OF THE CODE OF ETHICS Subject: Postoperative ...

ADVISORY OPINION OF THE CODE OF ETHICS Subject: Postoperative Care Issues Raised: (1) What are the obligations of the operating ophthalmologist with respect to postoperative care?

Co-Management of Postoperative Care

© 2008 Corcoran Consulting Group (800) 399-6565 www.corcoranccg.com 1 INTRODUCTION The debate about co-management of surgical postoperative care began in 1992 with landmark changes in Medicare payment to physicians, and continues today.

Evaluating postoperative fever: A focused approach

S62 CLEVELAND CLINIC JOURNAL OF MEDICINE VOLUME 73 • SUPPLEMENT 1 MARCH 2006 P ostoperative fever is one of the most common problems seen by both surgeons and medical consultants.

Postoperative Sore Throat: Effect of Oropharyngeal Airway in ...

512 ANESTH ANALG 1990;70512-6 Postoperative Sore Throat: Effect of Oropharyngeal Airway in Orotracheally Intubated Patients Mark C. Monroe, MD, Nikolaus Gravenstein, MD, and Segundina Saga-Rumley, MD

POSTOPERATIVE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS

POSTOPERATIVE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS Dr Aliya Ahmed, Assistant Professor Department of Anaesthesia, Aga Khan University The anaesthetist has a major role in the improvement of postoperative outcome.

Assessment of quality of care in acute postoperative pain ...

Strana 156 VOJNOSANITETSKI PREGLED Volumen 66, Broj 2 Correspondence to: Dragana Milutinović, Medical Faculty, Department of Nursing, Hajduk Veljkova 3, 21 000 Novi Sad, Serbia.