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Pain Management After Bone Reconstruction Surgery Using an Analgesic Bone Cement: A Functional Noninvasive In Vivo Study Using Gait Analysis

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Abstract

Abstract: Postoperative pain after bone reconstruction is a serious complication that could jeopardize the global success of a surgery. This pain must be controlled and minimized during the first 3 to 4 postoperative days to prevent it from becoming chronic. In this study, a critical-size bone defect was created at the femoral distal end of rats and filled by an injectable calcium phosphate cement (CPC) loaded or not with local anesthetics (bupivacaine or ropivacaine). A functional evaluation of the gait was performed using the CatWalk system to compare the postoperative pain relief enhanced by the different CPCs after such a bone filling surgery. The results demonstrated significant pain relief during the short-term postoperative period, as shown by the print area and intensity parameters of the operated paw. At 24 hours, the print area decreased by 65%, 42%, and 24%, and the intensity decreased by 25%, 9%, and 1% for unloaded, ropivacaine-loaded, and bupivacaine-loaded CPCs, respectively, compared with the preoperative values. Bupivacaine-loaded CPC provided an earlier return to full functional recovery than ropivacaine-loaded CPC. Moreover, the CPCs retained their biologic and mechanical properties. For all these reasons, anesthetic-loaded CPCs could be part of the global pain management protocol after bone reconstruction surgery such as iliac crest bone grafting procedures. Perspective: Bupivacaine-loaded CPC provided an earlier return to full gait function than ropiva-caine-loaded CPC, with preserved bone filling properties. Such analgesic CPCs deserve further in vivo investigation and may be part of the global pain management protocol after bone reconstruction or bone augmentation surgery such as iliac crest bone grafting.
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inserm-01848181 , version 1 (24-07-2018)

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Manon Dupleichs, Martial Masson, Olivier Gauthier, Maeva Dutilleul, Jean-Michel Bouler, et al.. Pain Management After Bone Reconstruction Surgery Using an Analgesic Bone Cement: A Functional Noninvasive In Vivo Study Using Gait Analysis. The Journal of Pain, 2018, 00, pp.1 - 12. ⟨10.1016/j.jpain.2018.04.014⟩. ⟨inserm-01848181⟩
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