A Comparative Study of Diclofenac and Tramadol Alone and in Combination in Obstetrics
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 3802-3806
AbstractBackground: In obstetrics, post-cesarean discomfort is a frequent source of acute pain. Recovery from surgery and anaesthesia is significantly hampered by pain in the immediate postoperative period.
Aim: In this research, patients undergoing elective caesarean deliveries under spinal anaesthesia were examined to determine the effectiveness of postoperative analgesia and the incidence of side effects of the centrally-acting drug tramadol and the peripherally-acting drug diclofenac alone and in combination.
Methodology: The study 60 participants were randomly assigned to one of three groups of 20 patients each to undergo the following treatments: lower doses of tramadol and diclofenac (Group D), and tramadol (Group TD).
Result: Tramadol and diclofenac together generated substantially more rapid analgesia than either drug alone did, and side effects were less common.
Conclusion: We come to the conclusion that using tramadol and diclofenac together as part of a multimodal post-cesarean treatment strategy resulted in superior analgesia than either drug alone and a decrease in side effects. This combo method of pain relief is better and more advantageous.
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