3-step pain control

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  • Intercostal nerve block
  • As a sensory nerve that delivers chest pain to the cerebrum, the intercostal nerve also causes pain experienced after breast surgery. Performing the intercostal nerve block prior to the surgery blocks the pain before it is delivered to the brain to reduce pain actual felt by patients after surgery. MD hospital can significantly reduce the severe pain experienced during chest or lung surgery. This procedure is currently implemented on all patients as it can be safely carried out based on long experience and special knowhow of specialists. Patients are able to leave the hospital on the day of the surgery without suffering from severe pain.

  • Painkiller
  • Secondary painkillers were administered directly after surgery to enable patients to recover in comfort without experiencing pain. The hospital carries out a detailed examination on the level of pain and discomfort while patients rest in the recovery room.

  • Patient-Controlled Analgesia (PCA)
  • Many patients worry about the pain that they will experience after leaving the hospital. MD hospital connects patients with a PCA after discharge to help patients to safely rest at home without experiencing pain.