Emotional reactions during lumbar extradural anaesthesia.

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The degree of anxiety of 26 male and female patients undergoing hernia repair while receiving lumbar extradural anaesthesia was measured using the galvanic skin response. The single, most anxiety-provoking feature during the surgical procedures proved to be verbal interactions directly concerned with the patient's well-being. The psychological implications… (More)

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