Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain

Anesthesia and acute pain are quite related to each other. Regional Anesthesia is defined as a type of pain management during surgery. In this process, medication is inserted through catheters which numb a larger part of the body. This type of anesthesia has a capability of blocking the spinal cord and channels these are applicable mostly in pediatrics during childbirth.

Acute pain can be defined as a pain that ranges between 3 months to 6 months. This can be defined as the pain generated after surgery, broken bones, labor and childbirth, burn or cut and also during dental management. It can be manageable by with a dose or two of opiate pain relievers.

  • Neuropathic Pain Management
  • Spinal Cord Stimulation
  • Management of Buprenorphine
  • Oro Facial Pain Management

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