NZ Anaesthesia and Pain Management Research Review Issue 13

In this issue:

Ketamine did not prevent delirium after major surgery
Ketamine did not enhance recovery quality after laparoscopic cholecystectomy
Quality of recovery marginally affects satisfaction with anaesthesia and surgery
Perioperative amino acids during surgery under general anaesthesia
Anaesthetists vary widely in go/no-go decisions
Daily pain expectancy in chronic pain
Yoga noninferior to physical therapy for chronic low back pain
Persistent pain and memory decline/dementia in elderly
Pain interference and physical function
Pain catastrophising and relationships between pain intensity and opioid prescription

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