Caesarean Anesthesia

When it comes to cesarean delivery, Regional anesthesia and general anesthesia are widely used. However, general anesthesia also can have some risk which can be avoided by the regional anesthesia.  Regional anesthesia is advantageous as it helps in the preservation of consciousness, avoiding the neonatal depression and the airway manipulation. The main aim of the cesarean anesthesia is to improve the outcome, identifying the difficulties, identifying the existing medical conditions, improving the safety by assessing and quantifying risk, allowing the planning of preoperative care and allaying the anxiety and fear. There should be proper examination of the pregnant women beforehand in order to ascertain the possibilities of any existing difficulties as they may causes the difficulties and may lead to neuraxial block, venous blockage etc. An ideal anesthesia used in the cesarean should be safe for the mother and baby, and should be comfortable for the mother. 

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