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Table 1 Overview of administered analgesics

From: Multimodal analgesia versus traditional opiate based analgesia after cardiac surgery, a randomized controlled trial

  Multimodal Morphin
Extubation •Inj.ketorolac 30 mg iv •Inj morphine 5-25 mg iv
•Inj dexamethasone 8 mg iv •Inj ondasterone 4 mg iv
•Rectal suppositorium paracetamol 1000 mg
•Inj ondasterone 4 mg iv
•Rectal suppositorium paracetamol 1000 mg
Day 1 •Tbl Ibuprofen 400 mg x 4 •Tbl Morphine 10 mg x 4
•Tbl Paracetamol 1000 mg x 4
•Tbl Gabapentin 300 mg x 2
•Tbl Paracetamol 1000 mg x 4
Day 2 •Tbl Ibuprofen 400 mg x 4 •Tbl Morphine 10 mg x 4
•Tbl Paracetamol 1000 mg x 4
•Tbl Gabapentin 300 mg x 2
•TblParacetamol 1000 mg x 4
Day 3 •Tbl Ibuprofen 400 mg x 4 •Tbl Morphine 10 mg x 4
•Tbl Paracetamol 1000 mg x 4
•Tbl Gabapentin 300 mg x 2
•TblParacetamol 1000 mg x 4
Day 4 •Tbl Ibuprofen 400 mg x 4 •Tbl Morphine 10 mg x 4
•Tbl Paracetamol 1000 mg x 4
•Tbl Gabapentin 300 mg x 2
•TblParacetamol 1000 mg x 4
  1. Administrations are noted by times daily with (x),, x 2 equals twice daily and x4, four times daily. Inj = injection, iv = intravenous, tbl = tablet.