Abstract

Multimodal perioperative pain protocol for Gynecologic Oncology laparotomy reduces length of hospital stay

Authors: Jordan N. Mattson (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , MacKenzie Thayer (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Sarah L. Mott (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Yasmin A. Lyons (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Henry D. Reyes (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Megan E. McDonald (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Abbey J Hardy-Fairbanks (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa) , Emily K Hill (University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa)

  • Multimodal perioperative pain protocol for Gynecologic Oncology laparotomy reduces length of hospital stay

    Abstract

    Multimodal perioperative pain protocol for Gynecologic Oncology laparotomy reduces length of hospital stay

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Abstract

Our primary objective was to evaluate the impact of a multimodal perioperative pain regimen on length of hospital stay for patients undergoing laparotomy with a gynecologic oncologist.

Keywords: Post-operative care, multimodal pain regimen, gynecologic oncology, laparotomy, peri-operative care, enhanced recovery after surgery

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Mattson, J. N. & Thayer, M. & Mott, S. L. & Lyons, Y. A. & Reyes, H. D. & McDonald, M. E. & Hardy-Fairbanks, A. J. & Hill, E. K., (2018) “Multimodal perioperative pain protocol for Gynecologic Oncology laparotomy reduces length of hospital stay”, Proceedings in Obstetrics and Gynecology 8(3), 1-2. doi: https://doi.org/10.17077/2154-4751.1439

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01 Dec 2018
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