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Past, present and future ReenaKasturi H. BandyopadhyayMumtaz AfzalAmiya K. None, Conflict of Interest: One of the most severe pains experienced by a woman is that of childbirth. Providing analgesia for labor has always been a challenge more so because of the myths and controversies surrounding labor.
It is imperative to understand the pain transmission during various stages of labor in order to select a proper technique for providing labor analgesia. The adverse effects of labor pain are numerous and affect both the mother as well as the fetus. Currently lumbar epidural is considered to be the gold standard technique for labor analgesia. Local anaesthetics like bupivacaine and ropivacaine are commonly used and adjuvants like clonidine, fentanyl and neostigmine have been extensively studied.
However, despite being so popular, epidural analgesia is not without complications, with hypotension being the most common.
Other complications include accidental dural puncture, infection, intravascular placement, high block and epidural hematoma. Other neuraxial techniques include continuous caudal analgesia, and combined spinal epidural analgesia. The numerous anesteaia investigating the various aspects of this method have also served to dispel various myths surrounding epidural analgesia like anestrsia incidence of cesarean section and instrumental delivery, prolongation of labor and future back pain.
The future of labor analgesia lies in the incorporation of ultrasound in identifying the epidural space helping in proper catheter placement.
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The keywords “labor epidural” in the PUBMED revealed a total of articles with review articles and clinical trials. The relevant articles along with their references were extensively studied. How to cite this article: Past, present and future. Indian J Pain ; How to cite this URL: Labour pain pathways Click here to view.
Regional techniques for labour analgesia Click here to view. Adverse effects of labour pain Click here to anestessia. Adverse effects of pkdenda pain vs. Milestones in the development of labor epidural analgesia Click here to view. Maintaining an epidural block: Intermittent injection and continuous infusion techniques  Click here to view. Recipes for patient-controlled epidural analgesia [31,40,] Click here to view.
Comparison of pain scores pudensa the McGill Pain Questionnaire obtained from women during labor and from patients in general hospital clinics and an emergency department Click here to view.
Complications of neuraxial analgesia side effects and complications of neuraxial pudeenda Click here to view. Summarises the myths of neuraxial analgesia in labor and their available evidences myths and controversies associated with labor epidural analgesia Click here to view. Novel epidural needles Click here to view. Optical fibre sites Click here to view. Epidural versus non-epidural or no analgesia in labour.
Cochrane Anestexia Syst Rev ;4: Howell CJ, Chalmers I. A review of prospectively controlled comparisons of epidural with non-epidural forms of pain relief during labour. Int J Obstet Anesth ;1: The King Edward Memorial Hospital – 1, mother survey of methods of pain relief in labour. Anaesth Intensive Care ; Randomized trial of epidural versus intravenous analgesia during labour.
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Moir DD, Willocks J. Management of incoordinate uterine action under continuous epidural analgesia. Bonica JJ, Ueland K. Principles and Practice of Obstetric Analgesia and Anaesthesia.
Epidural analgesia has a favourable effect on funic acid base excess compared to no analgesia during labour. Deutsche Zeitschrift fur Chirurgie in German ; Anesteeia Caton, Michael A. Am J Obstet Gynecol ; Pioneers in Epidural Needle Design. The discoverer of procaine.
J Mass Dent Soc ; A pioneer of regional analgesia in obstetrics.
Rev Sanid Milit Argent ; Curelaru I, Sandu L. Eugen Bogdan Aburel The pioneer of regional analgesia for pain relief in childbirth.
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Bull Anesth Hist ; Continuous caudal anesthesia during labour and delivery. Curr Res Anesth Analg ; The use of continuous spinal anesthesia.
Ajestesia in Local Anesthestics. Xylocaine, a New Synthetic Drug. Continuous peridural segmental anesthesia by means of a ureteral catheter. Continuous peridural anesthesia and analgesia for labour, delivery and cesarean section. Continuous peridural and caudal analgesia in surgery and early ambulation. Northwest Med J ; N-alkyl pyrolidine and N-alkyl peperidine carboxylic acid amides.
Acta Chem Scand ; A new catheter for continuous extradural analgesia. Stereospecific and nonspecific interactions of the morphine congener levorphanol in subcellular fractions of mouse brain. Epidural morphine in treatment of pain.
Neuraxial opioids in labour. Baillieres Clin Obstet Gynaecol ; Can J Anaesth ; Combined spinal epidural analgesia: Technique, management and outcome of mothers. Int J Obstet Anesth ;3: A double-blind qnestesia of 0. Br J Anaesth ; Continuous caudal analgesia in obstetrics. An analysis of the complications of extradural and caudal block. Intoxication of the fetus by a local anesthetic. A newly recognized complication of maternal caudal anesthesia. N Engl J Med ; Comparison of patient-controlled epidural analgesia and conventional intermittent “top-up” injections during labour.
Comparison of midwife top-ups, continuous infusions and patient controlled administration. Comparison of the maternal and foetal effects associated with intermittent or continuous infusion of extradural analgesia. Continuous extradural infusion of lignocaine 0. Quality of analgesia and influence on labour. Continuous versus intermittent epidural analgesia. A randomised trial to observe obstetric outcome.
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