Oxycodone versus other opioids analgesia after laparoscopic surgery: a meta-analysis [post]

Jun Ma, Yan Li, Zhi Dou, Liqiang Yang, Qi Wang, Jiaxiang Ni
2020 unpublished
Background Intravenous opioids are administered for management of visceral pain after laparoscopic surgery. Whether oxycodone has an advantage over other opioids in the treatment of visceral pain is not yet clear. Methods This article evaluates the analgesic efficiency and adverse events of oxycodone and other opioids including alfentany, sufentanyl, fentanyl and morphine for the treatment of post laparoscopic surgery visceral pain. This review was conducted according to the methodological
more » ... ards described in the Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions and the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-analysis statement. The PubMed, Embase and Cochrane libraries were searched in December 2019. Results Ten studies were included in this review. The sample size was 815 participants. The results showed that compared with morphine and fentanyl, oxycodone had a more potent analgesic efficacy at the first day after laparoscopic surgery, especially during the first 0.5h. There was no significant difference in sedation between the two groups. Compared to morphine and fentanyl, oxycodone was more likely to increase the risk of dizziness and drowsiness. The overall patients satisfaction had no significant difference between oxycodone versus other opioids. Conclusions Oxycodone is a superior analgesic within 24h after laparoscopic surgery with careful regards to its adverse effects.
doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-20091/v1 fatcat:c4cjie24fjep7cmnntzizlfype