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A comparison of oral ketorolac and hydrocodone-acetaminophen for


8.8.2018 | Alexander Mercer

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Toradol vs hydrocodone
A comparison of oral ketorolac and hydrocodone-acetaminophen for

This multicenter study compared the analgesic efficacy and side effects of ketorolac and hydrocodone-acetaminophen when administered orally after ambulatory arthroscopic or laparoscopic tubal ligation procedures. Severity of pain was recorded using a 4-point categorical score and visual analog scale (VAS) at 0.5 h and subsequently at hourly intervals for 6 h, as well as daily for up to 3 days. However, the ketorolac group scored higher in terms of overall tolerability than the hydrocodone-acetaminophen group. Pain relief was recorded using a 5-point categorical scale at the same time points. Group 1 (n = 83) received oral ketorolac 10 mg every 6 h for up to 3 days, Group 2 (n = 82) received hydrocodone 7.5 mg plus acetaminophen 750 mg every 6 h for up to 3 days, and Group 3 (n = 87) received placebo capsules followed by ketorolac 10 mg every 6 h for up to 3 days. In the patients undergoing arthroscopic surgery, both ketorolac and hydromorphone-acetaminophen provided superior pain relief compared with the placebo. In the patients undergoing laparoscopic tubal ligation surgery, the three treatment groups displayed similar responses to the study medications. After awakening from general anesthesia, 252 patients experiencing moderate or severe postoperative pain were randomly assigned to receive one of three analgesic treatments according to a placebo-controlled, double-blind protocol. Neither oral analgesic proved to be very effective after laparoscopic tubal ligation. Although the categorical summed pain intensity difference (SPID), VAS SPID, and total pain relief scores were higher in the ketorolac group compared with the hydrocodone-acetaminophen group, the differences were not statistically significant. In conclusion, there was no difference in the efficacy between oral ketorolac and hydrocodone-acetaminophen combination in controlling pain after outpatient arthroscopic surgery procedures.

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