Pain Relief in Labour

Covering both the pharmacological and the more controversial non-pharmacological management of pain relief, this comprehensive text, edited by an internationally renowned specialist, provides practical guidance to all involved in this ...

Author: Felicity Reynolds

Publisher: BMJ Books

ISBN: 0727910094

Category: Medical

Page: 262

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Covering both the pharmacological and the more controversial non-pharmacological management of pain relief, this comprehensive text, edited by an internationally renowned specialist, provides practical guidance to all involved in this aspect of labour care.
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Birth Pain

This book provides information on a very wide range of pain relief options, based on the author's experience of helping women and giving birth herself.

Author: Verena Schmid

Publisher: Fresh Heart Publishing

ISBN: 9781906619213

Category: Education

Page: 192

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A book for pregnant women who would like to explore how best to cope with pain and fear - during their pregnancies and also during labour and birth. This book contains information about the physical and psychological functions of pain; cultural influences on the experience of labour pain; elective caesareans (are they a simpler alternative?); advantages and drawbacks of using drug-based pain relief; information and ideas on how to transform labour pain into an experience of strength and power. This book provides information on a very wide range of pain relief options, based on the author's experience of helping women and giving birth herself. Especially useful for women who want to have a straightforward natural birth, avoiding drugs during labour, if at all possible. The author is a midwife with over 30 years' experience and also a mother herself.
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Pain and Its Relief in Childbirth

Presents and discusses the results of a national survey on pain and its relief in childbirth.

Author: National Birthday Trust Fund (Great Britain)

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015033139729

Category: Medical

Page: 154

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Presents and discusses the results of a national survey on pain and its relief in childbirth. Topics covered include the history of pain relief, the availability of pain relief, obstetrical anaesthesia, coping with pain and the effects of pain relief on the baby.
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Report on Pain Relief in Labour

Author: National Health Service in Scotland. Clinical Resource and Audit Group. Working Group on Maternity Services

Publisher:

ISBN: 0748031162

Category: Labor (Obstetrics)

Page: 20

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