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Authors

  1. Samuels, Joanne G.
  2. Woodward, Robert S.

Abstract

Despite the importance of pain management to each patient's overall experience with a total knee replacement, opportunities to improve pain care exist. The authors target an unnecessarily fragmented pain management trajectory as one cause of variability in pain outcomes. They propose that a technology-enhanced patient-centered pain management continuum running from the preoperative through the recovery phase offers effective and efficient pain management.