To compare efficacy of Diclofenac by intramuscular route and rectal route in post surgical pain.
Keywords:Contractile Organ, Diclofenac, Learning, Protected, Tertiary care
Objective: This study was carried out in Lahore General Hospital, Lahore to test the results of Intramuscular vs Suppository form of Diclofenac Sodium on the severity of post-surgical pain in patients who underwent Cesarean delivery under Subarachnoid Block. Study Design: Randomized Study. Setting: Lahore General Hospital, Lahore. Period: April 2019 to September 2019. Material & Methods: This was a double-blind run on 100 patients who underwent for cesarean delivery irrespective of any indication for the procedure. The pain sufferers had been randomly divided into 2 groups. The group A: who received Diclofenac Sodium in the form of suppository and Group B: who received intramuscular Diclofanec Sodium? The pain severity was assessed using VAS scale at categorically unique times. Data was then analyzed using SPSS 23 version and the results were compiled in the form of mean and percentage. Results: The mean age (Years) of patients was (25.27±6.07). There was a big statistical difference between the 2 groups regarding pain score after the intervention (p=0.018). Conclusion: To reaffirm the effectiveness of Diclofenac for Post-Caesarean section, the physique part (Suppository) is established to hold advantages over the contractile organ (muscles).
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