IV opioids may not be needed after cardiac surgery, study finds

01/22/2014 | MedWire News (U.K.)

Oral opioid drugs may treat pain following cardiac surgery as effectively as intravenous opioids, according to research from University Hospital in Zurich, Switzerland. The study in the Journal of Anesthesia found similar patient pain scores for oral doses compared with intravenous administration.

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