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Comparison of the analgesic effect of patient-controlled oxycodone and fentanyl for pain management in patients undergoing colorectal surgery

Title
Comparison of the analgesic effect of patient-controlled oxycodone and fentanyl for pain management in patients undergoing colorectal surgery
Authors
Jung, Kyeo-WoonKang, Hyeon-WookPark, Chan-HyeChoi, Byung-HyunBang, Ji-YeonLee, Soo-HanLee, Eun-KyungChoi, Byung-MoonNoh, Gyu-Jeong
Ewha Authors
이은경
SCOPUS Author ID
이은경scopus
Issue Date
2016
Journal Title
CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY
ISSN
1440-1681JCR Link
Citation
vol. 43, no. 8, pp. 745 - 752
Keywords
fentanyloxycodonepain relief
Publisher
WILEY-BLACKWELL
Indexed
SCI; SCIE; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Abstract
Oxycodone is a -opioid receptor agonist and is generally indicated for the relief of moderate to severe pain. The aim of this study was to compare the analgesic efficacy of patient-controlled oxycodone and fentanyl for postoperative pain in patients undergoing colorectal surgery. Patients scheduled to undergo elective colorectal surgery (n=82) were allocated to receive oxycodone (n=41, concentration of 1mg/mL) or fentanyl (n=41, concentration of 15g/mL) for postoperative pain management. After the operation, pain using a numerical rating scale (NRS), delivery to demand ratio, infused dose of patient-controlled analgesia (PCA), side effects, and sedation levels were evaluated. Median (25%-75%) cumulative PCA dose of oxycodone group at 48hours (66.9, 58.4-83.7mL) was significantly less than that of fentanyl group (80.0, 63.4-103.3mL, P=.037). Six hours after surgery, the mean (SD) NRS scores of the oxycodone and fentanyl groups were 6.2 (2.4) and 6.8 (1.9), respectively (P=.216). The mean equianalgesic potency ratio of oxycodone to fentanyl was 55:1. The groups did not differ in postoperative nausea, vomiting, and level of sedation. Patient-controlled oxycodone provides similar effects for pain relief compared to patient-controlled fentanyl in spite of less cumulative PCA dose. Based on these results, oxycodone can be a useful alternative to fentanyl for PCA in patients after colorectal surgery.
DOI
10.1111/1440-1681.12586
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