Medication administration: epidural
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Epidural injection (EI) is used to treat back or radicular pain from lumbosacral disc herniation (LDH). Although… Expand OBJECTIVE
To compare the quality of anesthesia and analgesia from femoral and sciatic nerve blocks (FS) with bupivacaine and… Expand OBJECTIVES
The objective of this study was to determine the effects of combining pulsed radiofrequency (PRF) treatment and… Expand ObjectiveTo determine the efficacy of fluoroscopic guided transforaminal steroid versus interlaminar epidural steroid versus… Expand Most clinical guidelines do not recommend routine use of epidural steroid injections for the management of chronic low back pain… Expand Background Complications following lumbar transforaminal epidural injection are frequently related to inadvertent vascular… Expand Summary Inadequate postoperative pain management is an international problem and the need to improve its management is well… Expand
Evidence supports surgery after eight weeks if symptoms persist
Objective To compare family physicians', obstetricians' and midwives' self‐reported practices, attitudes and beliefs about… Expand Purpose: To determine A) what a labouring woman expects to hear about epidural analgesia before consenting, B) if she feels able… Expand