Rapid sequence spinal anaesthesia for category-1 urgency caesarean section: a case series.
Anaesthesia. 2010 Jul; 65(7):664-9
Kinsella SM, Girgirah K, Scrutton MJ. Anaesthesia. 2010 Jul; 65(7):664-9
Whilst regional anaesthesia is the preferred technique for caesarean sections on grounds of safety, patients requiring immediate caesarean section for severe fetal distress are more likely to receive general anaesthesia. This is because general anaesthesia is considered to be, and probably is, a slightly faster technique. This paper...
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