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Oral case 2

Created: 16/2/2006

Obstetrical anesthesia

A 28-year old parturient presents with pre-eclampsia and a blood pressure of 160/90 mmHg. She also has a history of genital herpes.

1. How would you provide pain relief for labor?

2. How would you anesthesize for cesarean section?

3. If epidural is in place, will you inject narcotics for pain relief? Why or why not?

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