Ineffective transcutaneous nerve stimulation following epidural anaesthesia.

Abstract

Thirty-five patients were delivered by electric Caesarean section under general or epidural anaesthesia. For postoperative analgesia they received narcotic analgesics as required and either transcutaneous nerve stimulation or an inactive stimulator. The patients receiving an active stimulator following general anaesthesia had significantly less pain and… (More)

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@article{Davies1982IneffectiveTN, title={Ineffective transcutaneous nerve stimulation following epidural anaesthesia.}, author={Jonathan R. Davies}, journal={Anaesthesia}, year={1982}, volume={37 4}, pages={453-4} }