Addition of Adrenaline to Chloroprocaine Provides a Moderate Duration Time for Epidural Anaesthesia in Elective Caesarean Section

  title={Addition of Adrenaline to Chloroprocaine Provides a Moderate Duration Time for Epidural Anaesthesia in Elective Caesarean Section},
  author={Shanwu Feng and Y C Cao and Wen Ge Wang and Yu Sheng Liu and X F Shen},
  journal={Journal of International Medical Research},
  pages={1099 - 1107}
  • S. Feng, Y. Cao, +2 authors X. Shen
  • Published 1 June 2012
  • Medicine
  • Journal of International Medical Research
OBJECTIVE: Epidural anaesthesia using chloroprocaine with or without adrenaline and lidocaine with adrenaline were compared. METHODS: Sixty parturients undergoing elective caesarean section under epidural anaesthesia were randomized to receive 3% chloroprocaine (group C), 3% chloroprocaine with adrenaline (group CA) or 2% lidocaine with adrenaline (group LA). Onset time, duration time and various maternal, fetal and neonatal parameters were monitored. Pain was assessed using a visual analogue… Expand
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