Postoperative pain management in obstetric anesthesia--new challenges and solutions.

  title={Postoperative pain management in obstetric anesthesia--new challenges and solutions.},
  author={Albert Y Leung},
  journal={Journal of clinical anesthesia},
  volume={16 1},
The current understanding of pain processing mechanisms, the different pharmacologic drugs, and other nonpharmacologic means that can be used to manage postobstetric operation pain are reviewed. 

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