Single dose epidural morphine instead of patient-controlled epidural analgesia in the second day of cesarean section; an easy method for the pain relief of a new mother.

  • Ayten Bilir
  • Published 2013 in Clinical and experimental obstetrics & gynecology
PURPOSE Pain management has a particular importance after Cesarean section. This study was undertaken in order to document the efficacy and side-effects of epidural morphine instead of patient-controlled analgesia technique used for the control of post-cesarean pain during postoperative 24-48 hours. MATERIALS AND METHODS This study was performed as a… CONTINUE READING