Transient Coma Due To Epidural Anesthesia: The Role of Loss of Sensory Input.
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CitationTransient Coma Due To Epidural Anesthesia: The Role of Loss of Sensory Input. 2015, 16:893-8 Am J Case Rep
PublisherInternational Scientific Literature Ltd
JournalThe American journal of case reports
AbstractEpidural anesthesia is the most commonly used method of pain relief during labor in the USA. It is not classically associated with alterations in level of alertness. Coma during the procedure is rare, with a reported incidence of 0.1-0.3%.
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