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In gynaecology, various technical innovations and surgical methods have introduced that play a very important role in an increasing range of medical indications; one of these methods include laparoscopy. Doctors need to opt for high-quality surgical techniques to assure the provision of maximum patient care. The purpose of this paper to highlight the association between intra-operative CO2 pressure and postoperative pain of gynaecology laparoscopy. A randomized, mono-centric, single-blind studydoi:10.5281/zenodo.3725800 fatcat:trdlhgr5tfddfj4g5c76lerrxe