alexa Prevention and Management of Postoperative Wound Pain after Thoracic Surgery

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Prevention and Management of Postoperative Wound Pain after Thoracic Surgery

Early ambulation and management of wound pain lead to decrease of the postoperative complications for especially elderly patients in thoracic surgery. Нe types of pain frequently observed Dіer thoracic surgery are wound pain, pulmonary apex pain due to the drain, pain caused by intercostal nerve compression, intercostal neuralgia, visceral pain due to manipulation of the pleura/bronchi, and shoulder pain associated with the patient’ s position for surgery

 
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