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portada - Clinics in Plastic Surgery - Vol. 47; No. 2 (2020)Poorly controlled postoperative pain is associated with worse clinical outcomes and negative patient experiences. Surgeons play a crucial role in optimizing postoperative pain and minimizing narcotic use. This article reviews pain management strategies available to plastic surgeons based on therapeutic class of medication and provides a framework for pain management based on Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) protocols.

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Rosati, P. et als.
Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, December 2019, Volume 43, Issue 6, pp 1523–1535

portada - Aesthetic Plastic Surgery - Vol. 41; No. 2 (2017)This systematic review aims to examine surgical and non-surgical treatments and identify those procedures that are most effective in terms of patient satisfaction.
A systematic review protocol was developed a priori in accordance with the Preferred Reporting for Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses-Protocols (PRISMA-P) guidelines.

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Gus, E; Shahrokhi, S; Jeschke, M.
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Klifto, K. M. et als.
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