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Définition, fréquence et facteurs de risque principaux de douleur pendant la césarienne. Arsenal peropératoire du traitement de la douleur. Douleur analg. 2016. 29:67–72

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S. Aknin, L. Bouvet et D. Chassard

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Un échec d’une anesthésie locorégionale peut apparaître immédiatement ou au décours d’une césarienne. Ces échecs augmentent potentiellement le risque de complications anesthésiques et altèrent le confort de la patiente. Les causes de ces échecs ont été en grande partie identifiées. Aucune société savante n’a défini d’algorithme de prise en charge de la douleur pendant la césarienne à ce jour. Si une nouvelle technique locorégionale n’est pas possible, un traitement de la douleur, voire une anesthésie générale, sont nécessaires. La stratégie de la prise en charge de ces échecs et douleurs dépend essentiellement du degré d’urgence de la césarienne.

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A failure of regional anaesthesia may appear immediately or subsequently during caesarean section. These failures potentially increase the risk of anaesthetic complications and affect the comfort of the patient. The causes of these failures have been largely identified. To date, no scientific society has defined algorithm for management of inadequate epidural block during cesarean section. If a new locoregional technique is not possible, either sedative drugs or a general anaesthetic are needed to blunt pain. The strategy of the management of insufficient analgesia depends mainly on the degree of urgency of caesarean section.

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➡ c-section/caesarean ; psychology ; obstetric and gynecologic violence obstetric violence, obstetrical violence ; guidelines ; epidural ; deontology ; informed consent

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Alison Passieux — 07 Mar 2018
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