Rev Colomb Anestesiol. Pain management is part of the comprehensive approach to all patients and results in clear benefits. As such, obstetric analgesia seeks to reduce pain and provide better care during labour. However, its use is sometimes limited due to lack of access to, or availability of, anaesthesia services. Alternative techniques to the epidural analgesic approach are found in the literature, for use by general practitioners or healthcare staff in lower complexity settings.
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This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. In this series pentobarbital sodium was used alone in 80 cases, pentobarbital sodium and scopolamine were used in 40 cases, pentobarbital sodium and paraldehyde were used in 40 cases and pentobarbital sodium and chloral hydrate were used in 50 cases. Leon discusses the effects of these drugs from the standpoint of relief of pain, their effect in shortening or increasing the length of labor, their freedom from aggravation of infections and their effect on the child as far as respiration is concerned.
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2011, Número 05
I Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil. To investigate the association between analgesia during labor and occurrence of neonatal outcomes. Retrospective cohort study with medical records of parturient. The exposure variable of interest was receiving pharmacological analgesia during labor and neonatal outcomes were: one- and five-minute Apgar, resuscitation maneuvers and referral of the newborn to Neonatal ICU. Estudio de cohorte retrospectivo con datos de parturientas.
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Epidural magnesium reduces postoperative analgesic requirement. Anesthesia Analgesia Bonica JJ. Definitions and taxonomy of pain. En Bonica JJ. The management of pain.