Paracetamol (infulgan) for internal infusion — alternative opioids in the postoperative period
The analgesic effect of the intravenous form of paracetamol (infulgan) in combination with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs was studied on the basis of the results of the 10-tone visual-analogue scale, data on mean dynamic pressure and pulse in patients in the early postoperative period. The influence of this technique on the level of pain impulse, indicators of the cardiovascular system, the development of dyspeptic phenomena and the temperature response are analyzed. A double infusion of paracetamol with a 6-hour interval and a three-fold administration of ketolong in a daily dose of 90 mg prevent the occurrence of severe and very severe pain. It has been established that patients with mild and moderate postoperative pain need effective administration of paracetamol and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs without the use of narcotic opioids.
K ey wor d s : paracetamol for intravenous infusion, infulgan, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, ketolong, postoperative analgesia, narcotic opioids.