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EPIDURAL ANESTHESIA By Nancy L. Briggs Epidural for Labor Pain Relief Most common choice for labor pain Provides greatest pain relief Satisfaction reported by women Availability expected by women Epidural for Labor Pain Relief Adverse effects on mother and baby ?

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epidural anesthesia

EPIDURAL ANESTHESIA

By Nancy L. Briggs

epidural for labor pain relief
Epidural for Labor Pain Relief
  • Most common choice for labor pain
  • Provides greatest pain relief
  • Satisfaction reported by women
  • Availability expected by women
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Epidural for Labor Pain Relief
  • Adverse effects on mother and baby ?
effects of epidural on labor
Effects of Epidural on Labor
  • Second stage labor & oxytocin
  • Forcep & vacuum extraction use
  • Maternal temperature
  • Maternal blood pressure
maternal complications
Maternal Complications
  • Infection
  • Hemorrhage
  • Misplaced catheter/dosing error
    • Paralysis
    • Respiratory depression
    • Death
postpartum considerations
Postpartum Considerations
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Low back pain
  • Spinal headache
effects on the newborn
Effects on the Newborn
  • Breastfeeding attempts first 48 hrs.
  • Crying in first 48 hrs.
  • Temperature elevations
    • Separation from mother for observation
    • Blood draws for sepsis evaluation
epidural effects complications
Epidural Effects & Complications

Educating women

  • Women have the right to be informed
  • Women want to be informed
  • Most women feel they were not informed prior to epidural
educating women on risks
Right time

Routine office visit during last trimester pregnancy

Wrong time

In hospital during labor

Educating Women on Risks
references
References
  • Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses. (2001). Evidence-based clinicalpractice guideline: Nursing care of the woman receiving regional analgesia/anesthesia in labor. Washington, DC: Author
  • Courtney, K. (2007). Maternal Anesthesia: What are the effects on neonates. Nursing for WomensHealth, 11(3), 499-502.
  • Declercq, E., Sakala, C., Corry, M., & Applebaum, S. (2006, October). Listening to mothers II: Report of the second national U.S. survey of women’s childbearing experiences executive summary. In ChildbirthConnection.org Retrieved January 1, 2008, from Childbirth Connection web site: http://childbirthconnection.org/pdf.asp?PDFDownload=LTMII_ExecSum
  • Heinze, S. D., & Sleigh, M. J. (2003). Epidural or no epidural anaesthesia: Relationships between beliefs about childbirth and pain control choices. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 21(4), 323-333.
  • Leighton, B. L., & Halpern, S. H. (2002). The effects of epidural analgesia on labor, maternal, and neonatal outcomes: A systematic review. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 186, S69-77. Retrieved December 10, 2007, from CINAHL Plus database.
  • Lieberman, E., Lang, J. M., Frigoletto, F., Jr., Richardson, D. K., Ringer, S. A., & Cohen, A. (1997). Epidural analgesia, intrapartum fever, and neonatal sepsis evaluation. Pediatrics, 99, 415-419.
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References
  • Macarthur, A., J., Macarthur, D., & Weeks, S. K. (1997). Is epidural anesthesia in labor associated with chronic low back pain? A prospective cohort study. Anesthesia andAnalgesia, 85, 1066-70.
  • Poole, J. H. (2003, October/November). Neuraxial analgesia for labor and birth: Implications for mother and fetus. The Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing, 17, 252-267. Retrieved December29, 2007, from Ovid Technologies Inc. database.
  • Ransjo-Arvidson, A., Matthiesen, A., Lilja, G., Nissen, E., Widstrom, A., & Uvnas-Moberg, K. (2001). Maternal analgesia during labor disturbs newborn behavior: Effects on breastfeeding, temperature, and crying. Birth, 28(1), 5-12.
  • Riordan, J., Gross, A., Angeron, J., Krumwiede, B., & Melin, J. (2000). The effect of labor pain relief medication on neonatal suckling and breastfeeding duration. Journal of HumanLactation, 16, 7-12.
  • Tillett, J. (2005). Epidural anesthesia: A resource to use judiciously. The Journal of Perinatal and NeonatalNursing, 19(3), 207-209. Retrieved November 19, 2007, from Ovid Technologies Inc, database.
  • Wong, C. A., & Peaceman, A. M. (2006). Effect of early epidural analgesia on labor: Cutting through the confusion, Contemporary OB/GYN, 51(7), 64-66, 68, 70.