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Intravenous Morphine For Treating Acute Severe Pain

The researches find that the Intranasal sufentanil is as effective as intravenous morphine for treating acute severe trauma pain, according to results from a noninferiority study. The optimal emergency treatment for acute pain would allow quick administration, provide rapid onset of action, and be powerful enough to achieve a level of pain as low as…

Anesthesiology

Ketamine Help Increase Likelihood Of Abstinence

The researches find that the ketamine infusion increased the likelihood that cocaine dependent adults engaged in mindfulness-based behavioral modification would maintain abstinence, offered substantial protection from relapse and craving, and lowered the likelihood of cocaine use, according to a study. Mindfulness-base relapse prevention (MBRP), a substance use disorder intervention, may be well-suited as a behavioral…

Anesthesiology

The Use Of Ketamine Allow Airway Preparation And Preoxygenation

The researches find that the Ketamine, a dissociative anesthetic; can be use to facilitate two alternatives to RSI to augment airway safety in these scenarios: delayed sequence intubation the use of it to allow airway preparation and preoxygenation in the agitate patient; and ketamine only breathing intubation, in which ketamine is used without a paralytic…

Anesthesiology

Ketamine Drug To Lower UK Suicide Rate

The researches find that the Suicide is often linked to mental illnesses such as depression, which is one of the most significant causes. Researchers are looking at a drug named ketamine to try and minimize people committing suicide. In the UK; rigid and thorough supervision and access to healthcare have allowed its suicide statistics to…

Anesthesiology

First Ketamine Infusion Center To Treat Depression

The researches find that the a ketamine infusion might look like they are simply relaxing in a comfy chair while reading a book or listening to music. But upon closer inspection, the patient will be receiving a boost to their brain to help treat depression. Now; individuals with treatment-resistant depression can receive the treatments at…

Anesthesiology

Opioid Users’ Brains as They Try to Quit

The study find that the scientists are starting to peek into the brains of people caught in the nation’s opioid epidemic, to see if medicines proven to treat addiction, like methadone, do more than ease the cravings and withdrawal. Do they also heal a brain damaged by addiction? And which one works best for which patient?…

Pharmacology

Therapeutics’ Neuromodulation System Treats Phantom-Limb Pain

The researches find that the Medical device company SPR Therapeutics makes a neuromodulation system in Minnesota that can treat pain in a person’s limbs even limbs that were amputated long ago. Treating phantom-limbpain is just one of the applications for the Sprint peripheral nerve stimulation (PNS) system; a medical device that has been shows to…

Anesthesiology

The Sale of Buprenorphine Without a Prescription Save Lives

The researches find that the opioid epidemic in new, safe and effective ways, increasing access to buprenorphine, but without a prescription, could prove helpful for treating persons with opioid use disorder (OUD), according to a Viewpoint in this week’s JAMA. It is estimated that two million people in the U.S. struggle with OUD ;(approximately 130…

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Abusing Painkillers are More Likely to Later Use Heroin

The researches find that the use prescription opioids to get high are more likely to start using heroin by high school graduation. “Prescription opioids and heroin activate the brain’s pleasure circuit in similar ways,” said senior author Adam Leventhal, a professor of preventive medicine and psychology and director of the USC Institute for Addiction Science at the…

Anesthesiology

Ketamine Promising in Cocaine Addiction

The researches find that the ketamine infusion combined with mindfulness-based relapse prevention therapy (MBRP) improves abstinence and cuts cravings in cocaine-dependent adults, new research suggests. Results of a randomize control trial show that rates of abstinence are significiantly higher in patients who receive ketamine plus MBRP compare to control patients. Moreover; those in the group…

Anesthesiology

The Anesthetic Components of Care for Enhanced Recovery

The study find that the The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; in partnership with the American College of Surgeons and the Johns Hopkins Medicine Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality; has developed the Safety Program for Improving Surgical Care and Recovery. Therefor We have conducted an evidence review to select anesthetic interventions that…

Anesthesiology

Anesthesia for Postoperative Analgesia in Patients

The study find that the The patient is place in the supine position for general anesthesia by using propofol (2–3 mg kg-1) and fentanyl (2 mg kg-1) IV. Rocuronium  0.6 mg kg-1 is administer IV for endotracheal intubation. General anesthesia is maintain by desflurane 6% and remifentanil infusion. At the end of surgery, analgesia is…