Effect of Celecoxib Combined with Ropivacaine Mesylate in the Treatment of Sports Injury and Analgesia
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, including aspirin, diclofenac, ibuprofen, and celecoxib, are the most commonly used anti-inflammatory and analgesics in humans today. These drugs have good anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects and are widely used in the treatment of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, acute pain, sports injuries and soft tissue diseases. This article analyzes the effects of celecoxib combined with ropivacaine mesylate on sports injury and analgesia. Due to postoperative pain, most patients will be treated with pain medication early in the postoperative period, and functional exercise will be started as soon as possible on the basis of controlling pain to avoid postoperative joint adhesions. Although some studies have proved that the analgesic effect is satisfactory, reports of its adverse reactions have also appeared from time to time. Early functional exercise after sports injury surgery is an important part of achieving ideal function, however, functional exercise is often accompanied by quite severe pain. Pain causes delayed rehabilitation activities and leads to contracture, adhesion, and stiffness of joints around the joints, which affects the replacement effect. Good pain control plays an important role in patients' early joint movement and normal state recovery.