Monday, November 21, 2016
Your patient is expecting a baby, and it is your job as their physician to guide them on this momentous event in their life. Naturally, they are excited about a lot of things, maybe even anxious about some of them. If your patient is worried about the pain of labor, there are a range of medications and best practices administered by anesthesia physicians, aka anesthesiologists, that can help ease the aches and discomforts that the procedure may bring about.
A keen understanding of how anesthesiologists do their job in a labor and delivery setting can help avoid complications during the child labor procedure. According to Science Daily, not only patients, but also medical colleagues such as midwives, nurses, and obstetricians have limited understanding about the actual anesthesia process and its potential complications. Read more from this blog: