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Introduction and objectives: Postoperative complications associated with epidural use of opioids limit its wider use as an analgesic method. The purpose of this research was to describe the behavior of postoperative nausea and vomiting with the application of lyophilized morphine in epidural anesthesia. Method: Prospective, observational and single-blind study, where 3 groups, of 20 patients each, were randomly formed: Group I received preoperative medication with 10 mg of metoclopramide, Groupdoaj:feae0b5efc1046c8ba552290626dd340 fatcat:6a2eud5aiveehg2rijjf54ohsq