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Introduction. The increasing number of tumor prosthesis in the last decade shows the advance in musculoskeletal oncology. Limb sparing surgery nowadays has to be the focus in surgery, maintaining the patient’s quality of life. Prognosis depends on the histological type of tumor, size, and local extension. Pain is present in almost any cases of bone tumors and can vary in intensity and character. Being the leading symptom is strongly correlated to the quality of life. The purpose of this study was to evaluate pain in patients with primary bone sarcomas before and after surgery. Material and methods. 11 patients were involved in this study over a period of 4 years (2014-2017) from the Orthopedics and Traumatology Department in the University Emergency Hospital in Bucharest. Tumor resection and reconstruction with modular prosthesis was performed in 4 cases, and tumor resection was necessary in 3 cases and amputation in 4 cases. Pain was evaluated before and after surgery using the Visual Analog Scale (VAS). Early postoperative pain control was achieved with epidural catheter, followed by opioid therapy, NSAIDs and Paracetamol in the early stages of mobilization. Results. Surface sarcomas and tumors close to the periosteum, or periosteal involvement has shown a localized and increased pain. Multimodal-analgesia was used for pain management. Within the first 48 hours, analgesia was performed with an epidural catheter by continuous infusion of ropivacaine 0.2% and fentanyl 2mcg/ ml at a rate ranging between 3-6 ml/ h, obtaining a VAS score between 0 and 3. Conclusions. Perioperative pain management has to be individualized to the localization and local soft tissue involvement of the tumor. In late stages of sarcomas or local recurrence, conventional analgesics can be inefficient. Early diagnosis and surgical removal of these tumors is the most important objective for a good prognosis.
This article focuses on the structure and management systems of sport at Iranian universities. The method of this research was through an analysis of documents. Sport in the system of Iranian universities is divided into three different categories. The physical education department of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology of Iran is responsible for sport at universities in the country, and managing sport affairs. Authority was granted to secretariats in the various regions so that decision making would be decentralized due to the large size of the country and the large number of universities in the various geographical regions. Due to this great geographical diversity, universities should continue their activities under the supervision of sport secretariats in their given regions. The participation of students in sport activities at Iranian universities was calculated in three categories; students with different interests and skills can participate in various numbers of sports, championships, and sport festivals. At this time, with regards to the scientific attitudes towards sport and physical activities and the expanding culture of sport at Iranian universities, the number of participants in sport activities is increasing. In the conclusion it is stated that improving the knowledge and attention of students regarding the importance of sport in different aspects of education and life, as well as the recognition of present barriers and support of campus volunteers, could help to increase the participation of students in sport activities. Moreover, the allocation of more power and authority to each region, as well as holding different local and traditional sport festivals, could help to improve the development of sport at Iranian universities.