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An abundant medical literature estimates the frequency of anesthesia failure for caesarean section between 0.1% and more than 10%, depending on the type of locoregional anesthesia (ALR), the highest rates observed in case of analgesia epidural, and according to the conditions of realization of this intervention.

Eric LOPARD (2018)

“La césarienne à vif“ : parlons-en ! Site web MACSF - Le Sou Médical.  Display this record
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Situations of “live“ c-section are exceptional, and all health professionals must oppose their occurrence and not accept them, whatever the reason. Nothing can justify such a situation, and the acceptance of this situation reflects an incomprehension of obstetric anesthesia and a worrying lack of empathy.

D. Benhamou, F. Mercier (2016)

La césarienne à vif : parlons-en ! Douleur et Analgésie. Juin 2016, Volume 29, Issue 2, pp 61–63  Display this record
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