Postoperative pain

Postoperative pain management is a significant research area for the Centre for Anaesthesiological Research.




The efficacy of ankle block for foot and ankle surgery

Risks of serious adverse events associated with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in gastrointestinal surgery

Risk of serious adverse events associated with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in orthopaedic surgery

Regional blockade

Ultrasound-guided nerve blockages are highly effective and an essential part of contemporary pain management.

Quadratus Lumborum Block – A systematic review.


The MIC block

A randomized double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial testing the blockade on breast cancer patients

A randomized MR cross-over study with volunteer healthy subjects – the prevalence of the blockade is visualized in vivo

TQL blockade for healthy volunteers with a focus on mobilization after the blockade

Primary outcomes and anticipated effect sizes in randomized clinical trials assessing adjuncts to peripheral nerve blocks

Choice of Primary Outcome and Anticipated Effect Sizes in Randomised Clinical Trials Assessing Ultrasound-Guided Peripheral Nerve Blocks. A Systematic Scoping Review.

Chronic pain

The Interdisciplinary Pain Center researches the treatment of chronic pain within the patient’s coping strategy, the reduction of opioid therapy, and cannabis treatment.

Perioperative Interventions for Reduction of Persistent Pain after Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty

Intensive care

Research in treating critical illness at the ICU aims to facilitate scientific and evidence-based observation, care, and treatment for intensive care patients.


Multicentre studies in intensive care


After  AID

Late functional outcome after critical illness in the Intensive Care Unit

Clinical anaesthesia

Safe and efficient anesthesiological treatments, perioperative optimization, and postoperative pain treatment are cornerstones in the rehabilitation of the surgical patient and therefore have a central place in the Center for Anaesthesiological Research.

Remimazolam for procedural sedation


Unit for Anaesthesiology Nursing Research

The Unit for Anaesthesiology Nursing Research coordinates and handles research within nursing environments at the Department of Anaesthesiology.

Postoperative pain treatment after lumbar discectomy

Patients` expectations before, and their experiences after spinal surgery, regarding pain, rehabilitation and quality of life


Perioperative patient expectations, advantages and disadvantages

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