Posts Tagged ‘Surgical pain

There are different pain models and varying methods for studying analgesic agents. The dental pain impaction model has been chosen in this review, and the analgesic studies were single-dose studies or multidose studies. It should be noted that the majority of the RCTs reviewed in this article are single-dose analgesic studies. Single-dose studies are good and appropriate because they are excellent predictors of analgesic efficacy and can be used to […]

GI Tract Complications

From the standpoint of morbidity and mortality, GI adverse effects undoubtedly constitute the most important group of adverse effects. Indeed, GI ulceration and hemorrhage are more significant than all other NSAID ( Mobic canadian is used for treating rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and juvenile arthritis) adverse effects combined in cases of chronic use. Dyspepsia, nausea, and diarrhea are the other common minor adverse effects. Evidence from the 26 RCTs supports that […]

COMPLICATIONS IN DENTAL

COMPLICATIONS IN DENTAL SURGERY DUE TO NSAIDS

Many complications and serious adverse events can occur with chronic treatment of NSAIDs ( Canadian Indocin used to treat minor aches and pains associated with the common cold, headache, muscle aches, backache, and arthritis). Clear evidence exists for these serious adverse events in […]

Preemptive analgesia is the assumption that an analgesic given before noxious stimulus has effects that long outlasts the presence of the analgesic in the body. The clinical implication would be more effective pain management, reducing postoperative pain and analgesic requirements.

Many doctors used IM or rectal NSAIDs ( Generic Naprosyn NSAIDs treat the symptoms of pain and inflammation), even when the oral route could be used. Reasons for choosing these routes were pharmacokinetic-based—that is, the rate of drug absorption may impact efficacy and the onset of analgesia. Tramer et al did a systematic review comparing the analgesic efficacy of NSAIDs given by different routes for acute and chronic pain. Twenty-six RCTs (2225 […]

Dental Pain CHOICE OF NSAIDs

All NSAIDs ( Generic Celecoxib is a Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug) seem to have a ceiling effect or plateau with respect to analgesia, above which an increase in dose will only prolong the duration of action and increase the incidence of unwanted effects. Multiple case-control studies in […]

Many NSAIDs (*Generic Arcoxia tablets contain the active ingredient etoricoxib, which is a type of medicine known as a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug) have been tested for their analgesic efficacy in the dental surgical model. This includes ibupro-fen, diclofenac, naproxen, ketoprofen, and others. All the 26 RCTs reviewed supported the analgesic efficacy of the different NSAIDs in the dental surgical model. Analgesic efficacy was found to be as effective or more […]

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