Erector spinae plane block as rescue analgesia in gestational week 16
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CitationTukac, İ. C., Çiftçi, B., Ekinci, M. ve Atalay, Y. O. (2019). Erector spinae plane block as rescue analgesia in gestational week 16. Agri: The Journal of the Turkish Society of Algology, 31(4), 214-215. https://doi.org/10.14744/agri.2019.06926
Nonobstetric operations are sometimes necessary during pregnancy, with an estimated incidence of about 2% among pregnant women. In recent years, laparoscopic procedures have been preferred for abdominal surgery in pregnancy, as these are well tolerated by both the mother and fetus during all trimesters of pregnancy. Postoperative pain management is important for pregnant patients undergoing a nonobstetric procedure, as pain may increase the risk of premature labor. For pain management during pregnancy, paracetamol is the drug of choice, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs should be avoided. Regional blockade techniques are preferred, as they reduce the risk of opioidinduced hypoventilation.
SourceAgri: The Journal of the Turkish Society of Algology
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