The cascade of interventions

March 2000
Mothering;Mar/Apr2000, Issue 99, p60
Presents the complications of epidural anesthesia used during childbirth to prevent labor pains in the United States. Alteration on vital signs of the mother and the fetus with anesthesia administration; High prevalence of itchiness secondary to opiate epidurals; Action mechanism of epidurals during childbirth.


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