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Title: Analgesia preemptiva em odontologia: revisão de literatura
Other Titles: Preemptive analgesia in dentistry: literature review
Keywords: Controle da dor
Conforto pós-operatório
Pain control
Pos-operative care
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Universidade Vale do Rio Verde (UninCor)
Citation: BAPTISTA, R. P. et al. Analgesia preemptiva em odontologia: revisão de literatura. Revista da Universidade Vale do Rio Verde, Três Corações, v. 9, n. 1, p. 38-51, jan./jul. 2011.
Abstract: Preemptive analgesia is a type of antinoceptive therapy which aims preventing both central and peripheral sensitizations, decreasing (or preferentially preventing) post-operative amplification of pain. This study had as main objective to carry out a literature review associated with the theme, seeking to identify the effectiveness of the technique and additionally to propose a pharmacological protocol with rational use of medicinal products available on the Brazilian market. The review of literature is clear regarding the safety and efficacy of the technique, however, there is no consensus on the arrangements to be standardized. It seems to be hopeful the association of analgesics with peripheral action with oral corticosteroids.
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