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Title: Status quo of pain‐related patient‐reported outcomes and perioperative pain management in 10,415 patients from 10 countries: Analysis of registry data
Authors: Zaslansky, Ruth
Baumbach, Philipp
Komann, Marcus
Meissner, Winfried
Weinmann, Claudia
Mi, Weidong
Liu, Yanhong
Ma, Yulong
Feng, Yi
Jiang, Bailin
Mu, Dong‐Liang
Kang, Rongtian
Wang, Hongwei
Luo, Tao
Chen, Xiangdong
Yan, Dong
Liao, Qin
Yao, Juan
Li, Li
Yang, Guiying
van Boekel, Rianne
Steegers, Monique
Rijsdijk, Mienke
van Dijk, Jacqueline
Rekker, Sjaak
Olthof, Kees
Giezeman, Maurice J. M. M.
Koning, Nick J.
Rinia, Myra
Cheuk‐Alam, Juanita M.
Timmerman, Leon
Garduño‐López, Ana Lilia
Nava, Victor Manuel Acosta
Garcés, Lisette Castro
Rascón‐Martínez, Dulce María
Cuellar‐Guzmán, Luis Felipe
Flores‐Villanueva, Maria Esther
Villegas‐Sotelo, Elizabeth
Carrillo‐Torres, Orlando
Vilchis‐Sámano, Hugo
Calderón‐Vidal, Mariana
Islas‐Lagunas, Gabriela
Stamenkovic, Dusica
Bojic, Suzana
Gacic, Jasna
Jukic, Aleksandra
Raspopovic, Emilija Dubljanin
Palibrk, Ivan
Ladjevic, Nebojsa
Novovic, Milos
Radovanovic, Dragana
Unic‐Stojanovic, Dragana
Jankovic, Radmilo
Ribera, Hermann
Herrero, Maria Perez
Santeularia, Teresa
Trillo, Lourdes
Pérez, Antonio Montes
Dürsteler, Christian
Ramírez, Carolina Medina
Rodríguez Pérez, Aurelio Eduardo 
Polanco‐García, Mauricio
Martinez, Valeria
Antunes, Tiago
Cabaton, Julien
Fletcher, Dominique
L’Hermite, Joël
Lasocki, Sigismond
Marret, Emmanuel
Aurilio, Caterina
Sansone, Pasquale
Astuto, Marinella
Sanfilippo, Filippo
Cinnella, Gilda
Barberio, Francesco
Stamer, Ulrike
Reisig, Florian
Fullen, Brona
Shorten, George
Chittadoon, Suresh
Ahmed, Osman
O’Brien, Joanne
Forget, Patrice
Schaub, Isabelle
Lismont, Andre
Guo, Shaohui
Hou, Aisheng
Gao, Jie
Pan, Qiao
Geng, Yanyun
Cornelissen, Petra
Kooijmans, Floor
Huygen, Frank J. M.
Vereen, Maya S.
Koningm, Mark
Thijssen, Marloes
Cillessen, Eva
Lange, Ingeborg
Zamora‐Meráz, Rafael Héctor Rogerio
Sougarret, Bernardo Gutierrez
Hernández, Pamela Luna
Campos‐Pérez, Francisco José
Arreguín, Oswaldo Sandoval
Rodríguez, Enrique Roldán
Covarrubias, Gabriel Chavez
Liévanos, Alicia Elena Tamayo
del Pilar Corona Balcazar, Gloria María
Arroyo‐Alonso, Lindsay Concepción
Cázares‐Barajas, Paula Imelda
Alvarez, Claudia Zaragoza
del Rosario Patricia Ledesma Ramírez, María
de la Vega, Juana Abigail Norberto
Alvarez, Carlos Javier Monroy
Isais‐Millán, Rebeca Patricia
Mendoza, Juana RebecaNuñez
Maldonado, Arely Seir Torres
Alonso, Yvonne Luna
Villegas‐Esquivel, Edgar Luis
Muñiz‐Luna, Luis
del Cueto, Maricruz Perezamador
Herrera, Neftalí Cárdenas
Hernández‐Hernández, Leticia
Castellanos‐Olivares, Antonio
Patiño‐Toscano, Alma Delia
Rojas‐Peñaloza, Janet
Domínguez‐Cherit, Guillermo
Torres‐Muñoz, Fabian Ernesto
Guizar‐Rangel, María Teresa
Urrea‐Valdez, Blanca María Luisa
Residents, Anesthesiology
Miljkovic, Milijana
Rancic, Nemanja
Kalaba, Zdravko
Aleksić, Aleksandra
Jovicic, Jelena
Jovanovic, Vesna
Sreckovic, Svetlana
Tasic, Milena
Vujašević, Sanja
Krstić, Katarina
El Farra, Suzana
Rankovic‐Nicic, Ljiljana
Samardzic, Sara
Milena, Stojanović
Vuković, Anita
Català, Elena
Melo, Martha
Argilaga, Marta
Vallhnorat, Pau
Abejarro, Beatriz
Griera, Marc
Sansaloni, Cristina
Garcías, Jeronima
Gómez, María Dolores
Rodríguez, Gema Hernanz
López, Laura Morales
Díaz, Yurena Domínguez
Torres, María José Dorrey
Nova, Elena
Blanco, Nerea
Pisani, Italo
Chamero, Antonio
Ihout, Paul
Chafia, Daoui
Ichou, Laure
Gaude, Valerie
Conte, Mathieu
Leger, Maxime
Dudek, Stefan
Casale, Roberto
Pace, Maria Caterina
Colella, Umberto
Scafuto, Alessandro
Pota, Vincenzo
Passavanti, Maria Beatrice
Dezio, Veronica
Guccione, Gloria
Busalacchi, Diana
Caruso, Enrica
Brancati, Serena
Caporusso, Rosa Roberta
Parisano, Valeria
Mariani, Gianluca
Mirabella, Lucia
Kobel, Béatrice
Overney, Sarah
Patrick, Wettstein
Burki, Severin
Vetter, Luzia
De Clippeleir, Dirk
Van Mossevelde, Veerle
De Cleyne, Siem
UNESCO Clasification: 32 Ciencias médicas
3201 Ciencias clínicas
Keywords: Perioperative pain
Patient-reported outcomes
PAIN OUT
Issue Date: 2022
Journal: European Journal of Pain 
Abstract: Background Postoperative pain is common at the global level, despite considerable attempts for improvement, reflecting the complexity of offering effective pain relief. In this study, clinicians from Mexico, China, and eight European countries evaluated perioperative pain practices and patient-reported outcomes (PROs) in their hospitals as a basis for carrying out quality improvement (QI) projects in each country. Methods PAIN OUT, an international perioperative pain registry, provided standardized methodology for assessing management and multi-dimensional PROs on the first postoperative day, in patients undergoing orthopaedic, general surgery, obstetric & gynaecology or urological procedures. Results Between 2017 and 2019, data obtained from 10,415 adult patients in 105 wards, qualified for analysis. At the ward level: 50% (median) of patients reported worst pain intensities ≥7/10 NRS, 25% spent ≥50% of the time in severe pain and 20–34% reported severe ratings for pain-related functional and emotional interference. Demographic variables, country and surgical discipline explained a small proportion of the variation in the PROs, leaving about 88% unexplained. Most treatment processes varied considerably between wards. Ward effects accounted for about 7% and 32% of variation in PROs and treatment processes, respectively. Conclusions This comprehensive evaluation demonstrates that many patients in this international cohort reported poor pain-related PROs on the first postoperative day. PROs and treatments varied greatly. Most of the variance of the PROs could not be explained. The findings served as a basis for devising and implementing QI programmes in participating hospitals.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/118655
ISSN: 1090-3801
DOI: 10.1002/ejp.2024
Source: European Journal of Pain [1090-3801], (Agosto 2022)
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