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Title: Epidural anaesthesia for elective Caesarean section
Authors: Boskovski, Nikola
Grech, E. S.
Keywords: Peridural anesthesia
Cesarean section -- Complications
Anesthesia in obstetrics
Delivery (Obstetrics)
Issue Date: 1983-11
Publisher: Association of Anaesthesiologists in Malta
Citation: Boskovski, N., & Grech, E. S. (1983). Epidural anaesthesia for elective Caesarean section. Acta Anaesthesiologica Melitensis, 1(1), 43-44.
Abstract: Continuous epidural anaesthesia is now established method for the relief of pain associated with labour and childbirth, and for Caesarean section, both elective and emergency. A 34 year old woman at term was electively allocated for Caesarean section because her previous two deliveries were managed in the same ri1anner. The report emphasizes the advantages of epidural over general anaesthesia for safe conduction of Caesarean section.
Appears in Collections:AAM, Volume 1, Issue 1
AAM, Volume 1, Issue 1

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