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Official Title: Phase 4: A Comparison of Intravenous Administration of Morphine vs. Oxycodone for Postoperative Pain Management Following.
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At the end of surgery, group 1 will receive intravenous morphine 0.07 mg/kg and intravenous PCA morphine 0.015 mg/kg every time they push the botton with 5 minutes lock-out interval. Maximum 16 mg/2 hours. Group 2 will receive intravenous oxycodone 0.07 mg/kg and intravenous PCA oxycodone 0.015 mg/kg every time they push the botton with 5 minutes lock-out interval. Maximum 16 mg/2 hours.
The aim of this study is to investigate whether patients with visceral postoperative pain need less oxycodone compared to morphine, and whether patients receiving oxycodone experience better pain relief and less adverse effects compared to patients receiving morphine.
The patients will use the PCA until the next morning.
At the end of surgery, group 1 will receive intravenous morphine 0.07 mg/kg and intravenous PCA morphine 0.015 mg/kg every time they push the botton with 5 minutes lock-out interval.
Cancer pain management guidelines in Poland [18, 35] are based on EAPC (European Association for Palliative Care) recommendations. Morphine use is.
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Volume 62, Issue 4, July–August 2010, Pages 578–591.
The aim of this review is to outline the pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties, drug interactions, dosing rules, adverse effects, equianalgesic dose ratio with other opioids and clinical studies of oxycodone in patients with cancer pain. Another new product that was launched recently is a combination of prolonged-release oxycodone with prolonged-release naloxone (oxycodone/naloxone tablets). The potential role of oxycodone/naloxone in chronic pain management and its impact on the bowel function is also discussed. In case of insufficient analgesia and/or intense adverse effects such as sedation, hallucinations and nausea/vomiting a switch from another opioid to oxycodone might be beneficial. Oxycodone effective analgesia may be attributed to its affinity to µ and possibly к opioid receptors, rapid penetration through the blood-brain barrier and higher concentrations in brain than in plasma. Oxycodone is administered to opioid-naive patients with severe pain and to patients who were unsuccessfully treated with weak opioids, namely tramadol, codeine and dihydrocodeine. Oxycodone displays high bioavailability after oral administration and may be better than morphine in patients with renal impairment due to the decreased production of active metabolites. Recently an oral controlled-release oxycodone formulation was introduced in Poland. Oxycodone is a valued opioid analgesic, which may be administered either as the first strong opioid or when other strong opioids are ineffective.
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