paracervical block anesthesia

par·a·cer·vi·cal block an·es·the·si·a

regional anesthesia of the cervix uteri by injection of local anesthetic solution into tissues adjacent to the cervix.
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Assessment of paracervical block anesthesia during labor.
Perinatal deaths associated with mepivacaine paracervical block anesthesia in labor.
After a favorable first impression in the American medical literature, [1] the use of paracervical block anesthesia in obstetrics has developed proponents' and detractors.
This paper expands the study of paracervical block anesthesia by reporting an investigation of its effectiveness and its safety.
Thus, the 5-minute Apgar scores do not reveal any untoward effects of paracervical block anesthesia.
Paracervical block anesthesia has been commonly practiced in the study community since 1957.
Those who condemn paracervical block anesthesia because of associated bradycardia will focus on the 8.3% rate of bradycardia found in this series.