Postoperative pain after cardiac surgery is a very important issue and affects recovery, risk of postoperative complications and quality of life. The pain management has been traditionally based on intravenous opioids with growing evidence suggesting the use of opioid-free and opioid-sparing techniques to reduce its adverse effects.

Awake cardiac surgery using the novel pectoralis-intercostal-rectus sheath (PIRS) plane block and subxiphoid approach

Balzani E;Vaninetti A;Perrucci C;Simonato E;Rinaldi M;Brazzi L
2022-01-01

Abstract

Postoperative pain after cardiac surgery is a very important issue and affects recovery, risk of postoperative complications and quality of life. The pain management has been traditionally based on intravenous opioids with growing evidence suggesting the use of opioid-free and opioid-sparing techniques to reduce its adverse effects.
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PIRS; awake cardiac surgery; deep sternal wound infection; parasternal block; pectointercostal fascial plane block; pectoralis-intercostal rectus sheath block; rectus sheath block
Toscano A; Balzani E; Capuano P; Vaninetti A; Perrucci C; Simonato E; Rinaldi M; Brazzi L;
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