continuous epidural anesthesia

con·tin·u·ous ep·i·du·ral an·es·the·si·a

insertion of a catheter into the cervicothoracic lumbar or caudal epidural space for the repeated injection of local anesthetic solutions as a means of prolonging duration of anesthesia.
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Regional anaesthetic technique like spinal anesthesia, combined spinal epidural anesthesia, continuous epidural anesthesia, and local anesthesia etc.
Problem of Spinal, Combined Spinal - epidural Continuous Epidural Anesthesia are:
Its effectiveness, simplicity, and low incidence of serious complications make it especially applicable to the practices of physicians delivering babies in areas where continuous epidural anesthesia is not available.

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