Obstetric Analgesia and Anesthesia

Peripartum analgesia for labour and anaesthesia for caesarean deliveries are provided by the anaesthesia subspecialty known as obstetric anaesthesia, often known as ob-gyn anaesthesia or ob-gyn anesthesiology. For the attending anesthesiologists, it has always been challenging to give anaesthesia during pregnancy for both obstetric and non-obstetric surgery. While a substantial percentage of an obstetric anesthesiologist's practise may involve directing anaesthesia for caesarean sections and managing pain during vaginal deliveries, the specialty is increasingly growing to include anaesthesia for both maternal and foetal operations. When labour pains are present, obstetric anaesthetists are commonly called upon. Buprenorphine is the medication that is most usually used to produce a more pronounced physical square.

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