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Acetaminophen And The Pain Management In Cesarean Post-operatory
Author: Karla Sorandra Felipe De Oliveira, Maria Bruna Marcelino Januário, Larice Leite Pinheiro Quental1, Jucier Gonçalves Júnior2,5, João Vitor Cândido Pimentel, Iri Sandro Pampolha Lima, Maria Do Socorro Vieira Dos Santos, Modesto Leite Rolim Neto, P
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
6 pages
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Type of publication: Article
DOI: 1732
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Many works demonstrated the effiacy of Paracetamol as analgesic in pregnancy: Paracetamol infusion and the diclofenac intramuscular injection have analgesic effiacy similar to the intravenous pethidine. In a pregnant, 34 years, history of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma in 5 years remission and with Tail Syndrome Equine manifestations the analgesia was maintained with Paracetamol, magnesium Dipyrone and, intercalary with Paracetamol, tramadol; a case of a nulliparous, 39 weeks, with arteriovenous malformations and whose postoperative analgesia was assured with Paracetamol by intravenous three peridural bolus of ropivacaine and morphine.However, acetaminophen is associated with risks for women and her baby: neurodevelopmental and behavioral disorders; reduced gross motor skills, delay in walking, increased activity, reduced communication skills, and attention-seeking or aggressive behavior; Recent studies also suggest that acetaminophen is a hormone disrupter. Future studies comparing the usage of Paracetamol and other possible combinations are necessary, provided that they have signifiant statistical samples and standard tools accepted internationally to measure pain levels.

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