Labor epidural placement in a woman with a cervical spinal cord stimulator.

@article{Hanson2006LaborEP,
  title={Labor epidural placement in a woman with a cervical spinal cord stimulator.},
  author={Janice Lynn Hanson and Evan J Goodman},
  journal={International journal of obstetric anesthesia},
  year={2006},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={246-9}
}
A 37-year-old female, gravida 1 para 0, in active labor at term, with a cervical spinal cord stimulator in situ, presented for epidural analgesia for labor. She had received the cervical spinal cord stimulator some 30 months before, to treat chronic regional pain syndrome I. She was taking no medication, and was thin but otherwise healthy. The cervical spinal cord stimulator electrodes entered the C7-T1 interspace, and their end was in the epidural space at the C3 level. The electrodes were… CONTINUE READING

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