Volume : VII, Issue : XII, December - 2017

EPIDURAL VOLUME EXTENSION IN COMBINED SPINAL EPIDURAL ANAESTHESIA IN PREGNANT PATIENTS COMING FOR ELECTIVE CESAREAN SECTION WITH ROUTINE SPINAL ANAESTHESIA – A COMPARATIVE STUDY.

Dr. P. Sridhar

Abstract :

 Pregnancy is the most vital period in every women’s life, in which delivery is the critical period risking the life of both mother and fetus. For every pregnant woman, pain during delivery continues to be a nightmare. Generally in very olden days, almost all parturientswere subjected to undergo normal vaginal delivery. Eventhough vaginal delivery is beneficial to the mother in many ways ( decreased maternal morbidity, resumption of routine work earlier and less blood loss). In recent days, the incidence of cesarean deliveries has increased tremendously. There are some conditions or situations during which allowing the pregnant women to undergo normal vaginal delivery may be life threatening to either mother or fetus. The most common conditions are fetal distress, failure of progression of secondstageoflabor, malpresentations, uterineanomalies, cephalopelvic

 

disproportion, etc.(3) In these situations, cesarean section plays a major role in the safe confinement of mother.

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DR.P.SRIDHAR, EPIDURAL VOLUME EXTENSION IN COMBINED SPINAL EPIDURAL ANAESTHESIA IN PREGNANT PATIENTS COMING FOR ELECTIVE CESAREAN SECTION WITH ROUTINE SPINAL ANAESTHESIA‾A COMPARATIVE STUDY., INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH : Volume-7 | Issue-12 | December-2017


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