Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Assessment of Spinal Anesthesia in Sitting and Lateral Positions on the Onset Time of Sensory Block and Hemodynamic Condition in Cesarean Section: A Prospective Comparative Observational Study
Dr. Neha Vyas , Dr. Hitesha Gurtoo , Dr. Ajay Gupta and Dr. Mukta Jitendra
Today, the most popular anaesthetic method for caesarean deliveries is spinal anaesthesia. Technically speaking, it is a simpler and more dependable procedure, reducing the need for additional intravenous analgesics or switching to general anaesthesia. The present study has been aimed to compare the effect of spinal anesthesia in the sitting and lateral positions on the onset time of sensory block and hemodynamic condition in cesarean sections.
Cesarean Section, Spinal Anesthesia, Hemodynamic Changes, Sitting Position, Lateral Position, Sensory Block.
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