Pain Therapy PROMOTING PROGRESS TOGETHER
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Patient individual pain therapy
Adequate pain management along with anesthesia is crucial for medical and surgical procedures as well as during the post-operative phase. In order to effectively manage pain while reducing the opioid consumption including their associated side effects, multimodal pain management strategies have become an important part during the peri-operative care process. These have and will increasingly replace general anesthetic and analgesic approaches in favor of combinations of regional and local methods such as neuraxial anesthesia (spinal / epidural approach), regional nerve blocks or direct wound infiltration.
Pain relief is a fundamental human right. Yet the World Health Organization (WHO) states a poor global availability of adequate pain treatment.1 However, in contrast, the possibilities to avoid suffering increase constantly.
Through constructive dialog with healthcare professionals B. Braun supports its partners in leveraging all options of pain treatment. As a true system partner we offer access to products, services as well as training in general anesthesia, regional anesthesia and acute pain management to help to manage the cost and complexity of healthcare delivery through improved patient and health economic outcomes.
We join forces with healthcare professionals who strive to perform cutting-edge multimodal pain management strategies as an important part of a patient’s pathway. Because we want to contribute to relieve pain of patients worldwide.
Progress for us, is making a difference in the lives of patients and caregivers. Building on the insights into patient care that we have gained over the years through constructive dialog with our customers, we have found that minimizing risks is one of the main demands of both, the patients and the caregivers. As a result, we have always committed ourselves to developing products and solutions which minimize potential risks and hazards, helping promote an evolution of patient care practices together with our customers.
Spinal bevels with ‘Pencil-point tip geometry’ have been shown to minimize the risk of post-dural puncture headache (PDPH).1 Total intravenous anesthesia (TIVA) via a target controlled infusion (TCI) makes anesthesia a more straightforward and user-friendly technique for the caregiver, while at the same time offering a faster and more comfortable patient recovery. And triple monitoring is a multimodal safety approach for peripheral nerveblocks that helps to reduce the risk of nerve injuries. All this is progress in the eyes of patients and healthcare professionals.