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Blocking E.S.P. guided by ultrasound General opioid-free anesthesia in plastic surgery and breast reconstruction

Berga, Juan

The ESP (Erector Spine Plan) block combined with general anesthesia allows opiates not to be used in surgery and postoperatively, eliminating the side effects of morphics. We present our experience in plastic surgery of the breast, with excellent results in terms of intra and postoperative analgesia, with great satisfaction on the part of the patients and surgeons ...


Integral approach and rehabilitation treatment in patients with localized neuropathic pain

Sánchez Tarifa, Mª Pilar

Localized neuropathic pain (LNP) constitutes between 30-45% of the pain-related consultations. There are genetic, environmental, sociodemographic, psychological, clinical and lifestyle factors that contribute to the risk of developing neuropathic pain ...


Material, requirements and logistics for office based anesthesia

Palomo Ruiz, José Ángel

The experience of pain in small surgeries in the office benefits from administering sedation in addition to simple local anesthesia. The minimum material requirements to perform anesthetic procedures in consultation are divided into 3 groups: • Material of venoclysis and sedative drugs ...


Can dexmedetomidine reduce postoperative pain?

Markovic-Bozic, Jasmina

Adequate perioperative pain control improves surgical outcome and prevents development of chronic pain. Opioids are still the main stay of perioperative analgesia. Non-opioid analgesics are used to provide better pain control with less opioid-related side effects ...


Training in pain: present and future in rehabilitation

de Torres García, Irene

A physiatrist is a physician who has received specialized training in physical medicine and rehabilitation. It is the branch of medicine emphasizing the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of disorders that produce temporary or permanent functional impairment ...


Psychological treatments in chronic pain: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy?

Cano-García, Francisco J.

In this presentation, we address the two psychological treatments with the highest level of empirical evidence in chronic pain: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) vs. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). We review their effect sizes, mediators and moderators ...