Evaluation of therapeutic drug protocol used for control of pain after dental extractions / Avaliação do protocolo terapêutico medicamentoso utilizado para o controle da dor após exodontias

Ana Cristina Vasconcelos Fialho, Marina de Deus Moura de Lima, Breno Cury-Rad Rodrigues da Silva, Francisco Thyales Leite de Oliveira, João Victor Frazão Câmara, Isabel Ferreira Barbosa, Guereth Alexsanderson Oliveira Carvalho, Josué Junior Araujo Pierote

Abstract


Pain control after surgery is one of the factors concern of surgical specialties. Aim of this study is to evaluate and compare the efficacy of nimesulide 100 mg and dipyrone monohydrate 500 mg used after extractions performed by a maxillofacial surgery UFPI services in order to support the drug choice appropriately, prioritizing the analgesic effect needed to patients undergoing interventions. Forty patients underwent extractions in the clinic of the UFPI, in the Health Center Poty Velho and Emergency Hospital of Promorar. Patients were divided into groups: undergoing intervention with and without ostectomy. Dipyrone monohydrate 500 mg or nimesulide 100 mg produced by compounding pharmacy, were prescribed for patients randomly, featuring a blind study. The intensity of pain after the extraction was assessed by patients using a visual analogue scale, in a postoperative period of 72 hours at 24 hour intervals. There was no statistical variation between the analgesics studied during the 3 days postoperatively evaluated, considering the presence or absence of ostectomy as a modifier of the search. Analgesia effect of nimesulide was similar to dipyrone according to the present study.


Keywords


Analgesia, Dipyrone, Nimesulide, Postoperative Pain.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv6n10-082

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