T Kadechenko

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BACKGROUND Quantitative sensory testing (QST) measures response to painful stimuli and has been used to predict post-caesarean pain. Pain reported upon intravenous cannulation was shown to predict epidural analgesic use and pain intensity during labour. We hypothesized that pain intensity reported by women upon local anaesthesia injection (ILA) for spinal(More)
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