Effectiveness of Different Forms of Ketorolac for the Treatment of Pain Syndrome in Orthopedic and Traumatology Practice

A.V. Makogonchuk


The article presents the literature data, as well as the results of own observations of the effectiveness of using various forms of ketorolac in the treatment of pain syndrome. It is shown that Ketorol in all forms has significantly pronounced analgesic effect and can be successfully used for the effective relief of severe pain syndrome in patients with injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system in both inpatient and outpatient traumatologic practice.


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