Experts found that an epidural, or combined spinal epidural and inhaled gas and air, effectively managed pain in labour but resulted in higher rates of assisted delivery, the Daily Express reported.
What does CSE stand for?
CSE stands for Combined Spinal Epidural
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The aim of the study was to test the hypotheses that SAB as a part of combined spinal epidural (CSE) technique, using a thin gauge pencil point spinal needle passing through an epidural needle, introduces a lesser number of epithelial cells into the subarachnoid space compared with isolated SAB without the use of an introducer, and that after LP the initial few drops of CSF have a higher number of epithelial cells than the subsequent sample.
In that study, 1,054 nulliparous women were randomized to receive either traditional epidural analgesia or one of two mobile regimens: combined spinal epidural (CSE) or low-dose infusion (LDI).
1% bupivacaine with fentanyl 2 [micro]g/mL) delivered either as a combined spinal epidural or by an infusion pump.
He was in normal sinus rhythm at the time of surgery, which was carried out under combined spinal epidural anaesthesia without adverse intraoperative event.
1% bupi-vacaine with fentanyl 2 [micro]g/mL) delivered either as a combined spinal epidural or by means of an infusion pump.
In this study, we compared CIPCEA with PCEABI of 5 ml/hour for the maintenance of labour epidural analgesia following a combined spinal epidural (CSE) technique.
We designed a randomised controlled trial in which we tested the hypothesis that the incidence of hypotension following combined spinal epidural anaesthesia (CSEA) for caesarean delivery is less when a wedge is placed under the right lumbar region rather than the right pelvic region.