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Other local anaesthetic techniques 

Other local anaesthetic techniques
Other local anaesthetic techniques

Rafal Baraz

and Paul Clyburn

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date: 13 July 2020

Caesarean delivery with local anaesthetic infiltration requires a skilled surgeon

The total mass of local anaesthetic should not exceed the maximum recommended dose

Using a long needle minimizes the number of skin injections

This technique is mostly applicable in parts of the world with limited anaesthetic backup.

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