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Comparative Study in the Management of Postoperative Pain with High Dose Intravenous Paracetamol versus Tramadol

Tanudeep Kaur, Aiims

Abstract: Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience causing agony and several side effects in a postoperative patient. Thus effective postoperative pain management has a humanitarian role with additional medical and economic benefits Paracetamol (PCM) has been widely used as an effective analgesic and antipyretic for over a century with an established safety profile, and Tramadol is a commonly used intravenous drug for postoperative pain relief.
Keywords: safety / Tramadol / intravenous / postoperative / agony / antipyretic / side / century / emotional / unpleasant

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