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Improving analgesic effect and patient satisfaction are still difficult in postoperative analgesia. Wireless intelligent analgesia system is an information system solution integrating remote monitoring, information management and high-precision infusion pump for patient-controlled analgesia. Patients can participate in intermittent drug administration themselves. The operation information of analgesic pump can be transmitted in real time through the monitoring platform. It is a safe and effective postoperative analgesic management.
Pain is the unpleasant sensation and emotional response caused by tissue injury or potential tissue injury, and it is the fifth vital sign after blood pressure, pulse, respiration and body temperature . Postoperative pain is an immediate pain after surgery, which is an acute traumatic pain and the most common and urgent acute pain in the clinic. Pain is one of the major postoperative stress factors for patients, which can lead to a series of adverse reactions and functional disorders, delay the early movement or discharge time, hinder the postoperative rehabilitation of the patients, and affect the postoperative quality of life. In 1997, enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) was first proposed, and in 2012, the future of fast-recovery surgery was elaborated . ERAS refers to a series of perioperative treatment measures with evidence-based medical evidence, covering anesthesia, analgesia, minimally invasive surgery and other aspects. ERAS can effectively reduce the incidence of postoperative complications and patient mortality, shorten postoperative hospitalization time and reduce hospital costs . One of the key elements of ERAS scheme is to provide appropriate analgesia .