In this study we compared the efficacy of three methods of analgesia following total knee arthroplasty (TKA). Fifty-seven patients (n=57), with mean age 70 + 5 and physical status ΑSA I-III, were scheduled for TKA and were randomly allocated in into three groups. Group A patients (n=19) received analgesia by continuous iliac fascia block (CIFB), group B patients (n=19) received continuous epidural analgesia (CEA) and group C patients (n= 19) received intramuscular pethidine at regular time intervals.

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