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Post delivery 

Post delivery
Post delivery

Rafal Baraz

and Paul Clyburn

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date: 08 August 2020

Post delivery monitoring reduces the incidence of maternal morbidity and mortality

All women who receive obstetric anaesthesia or analgesia should be reviewed by the anaesthetic team after delivery

Any delay in epidural or spinal block regression should be referred early to the anaesthetic team

Management of pain after delivery requires a multimodal approach

Withholding oral fluids after uncomplicated caesarean section has no benefit.

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