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Computed Tomography-Guided Coeliac Plexus Neurolysis in Palliative in-Patients with Intra-Abdominal Malignancy: Retrospective Evaluation of Neurolytic Solution Spread as a Predictive Factor

Neither properly anticipate the pain relief or post-procedural NRS, nor can the duration of pain relief and complications depend on the dissemination of contrast medium media physicians. The primary aim was to measure the risk of injection for pain effects and side effects in the coeliac region, and to determine the predictive value for pain relieving injections for pain results and side effects. In the coeliac area, there was complete dissemination of the neurolytic, with no correlation between pain relief and injection, according to the authors. In any particular quadrant, there was no correlation between injectate delivery and pain relief, pain relief, and the spread of injectate in any of quadrants, as well as planned and documented post-procedural pain scores. Conclusions Based on the availability of contrast medium clinicians, pain relief or post-procedural NRS will neither accurately predict the pain relief or post-procedural NRS, nor the time of pain relief and complications can be estimated.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40122-022-00423-8

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