Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, July 17th, 2009
"The catheter was left in the abdomen for 72 hours. Using an equianalgesic table, all narcotic doses (oral and intravenous) were converted to intravenous morphine equivalents. Initial average 24-hour morphine requirement for the control group was 42 mg compared with 33 mg for the study group (P = 0.04). Total...
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