Obstetric Anesthesia

The maintenance of safety is the main aim of the obstetric anesthetists. This is widely used during the labor pain. Bupivacaine is the most commonly used drug that produces the greater sensory block. The major goal of this treatment is to dramatically reduce the labor pain, allowing the parturient to participate in birthing experience, allowing ambulation by blocking the motor, minimal effect on the foetus and minimizing effects on progress of labor. Various types of labor analgesia are there such as pharmacological, non-pharmacological analgesia, regional analgesia and general analgesia.

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