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The dose of 14 mg of hyperbaric ropivacaine for spinal anesthesia can provide a satisfying anesthetic effect, with fewer occurrences of intraoperative adverse events during a cesarean delivery for Chinese women.
Yunhe Zhu, Susu Zhang, Caijuan Li, Yao Zhang, Shiqin Xu, Xiaofeng Shen
Published on Jan 5, 2019
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The addition of a small amount of epinephrine to a low concentration, high volume epidural solution improves pain control and reduces the rate of breakthrough pain by half.
Yunping Li, Sanjeev Dalela, Jan Kraemer, Adrienne Kung, Anasuya Vasudevan, Philip E. Hess
Published on Jan 5, 2019
Original Research
The addition of either fentanyl, epinephrine or both medications in an epidural solution can reduce the effective dose of bupivacaine for the initiation of labor pain relief.
Yunping Li, Sabrina Shu, Cynthia Tirado, Philip E. Hess
Published on Jan 5, 2019
Original Research
Women who undergo cesarean following labor may benefit from the addition of a TAP block to the standard neuraxial morphine.
Yunping Li, Heather Ballard, Jessica L. Carani, Adrienne Kung, Anasuya Vasudevan, Kavita Kantak, Philip E. Hess
Published on Jan 5, 2019
Case Report
We present a rare case with a sudden cardiac arrest caused by VGE during hysteroscopic surgery.
Rong Xu, Xianfei Xu, Yunfei Cao
Published on Jan 5, 2019
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