viernes, 26 de agosto de 2016

Dolor en cirugía ambulatoria / Pain in ambulatory surgery

Agosto 26, 2016. No. 2429




Desafíos de control del dolor y la función del algólogo en el dolor secundario a cirugía ambulatoria.
Challenges of pain control and the role of the ambulatory pain specialist in the outpatient surgery setting.
J Pain Res. 2016 Jun 17;9:425-35. doi: 10.2147/JPR.S86579. eCollection 2016.
Abstract
Ambulatory surgery is on the rise, with an unmet need for optimum pain control in ambulatory surgery centers worldwide. It is important that there is a proportionate increase in the availability of acute pain-management services to match the rapid rise of clinical patient load with pain issues in the ambulatory surgery setting. Focus on ambulatory pain control with its special challenges is vital to achieve optimum pain control and prevent morbidity and mortality. Management of perioperative pain in the ambulatory surgery setting is becoming increasingly complex, and requires the employment of a multimodal approach and interventions facilitated by ambulatory surgery pain specialists, which is a new concept. A focusedambulatory pain specialist on site at each ambulatory surgery center, in addition to providing safe anesthesia, could intervene early once problematic pain issues are recognized, thus preventing emergency room visits, as well as readmissions for uncontrolled pain. This paper reviews methods of acute-pain management in the ambulatory setting with risk stratification, the utilization of multimodal interventions, including pharmacological and nonpharmacological options, opioids, nonopioids, and various routes with the goal of preventing delayed discharge and unexpected hospital admissions after ambulatory surgery. Continued research and investigation in the area of pain management with outcome studies in acute surgically inflicted pain in patients with underlying chronic pain treated with opioids and the pattern and predictive factors for pain in the ambulatory surgical setting is needed.
KEYWORDS: acute pain; ambulatory surgery center; ambulatory surgery pain control; opioids; outpatient surgery analgesia; substance abuse

XIII Congreso Virtual Mexicano de Anestesiología
Octubre a Diciembre 2016

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XXXVI Reunión Anual y Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Mexicana para Estudio y Tratamiento del Dolor
Querétaro, México, Octubre 16-22, 2016
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