Spinal anesthesia in infants: is the impractical practical?

Abstract

A lthough available for decades, spinal anesthesia was not extensively used in infants since the mid-1970s (1). Williams et al. (2) (using the Vermont Infant Spinal Registry) have been prospectively collecting data on spinal anesthesia in infants performed over the last 25 years. In this issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia, their group has collated these data… (More)