caudal anesthesia

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Synonyms for caudal anesthesia

regional anesthesia resulting from injection of an anesthetic into the caudal end of the spinal canal

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A comparison of two different doses of bupivacaine in caudal anesthesia for neonatal circumcision.
Anesthesia - An Introduction II-3 Types of Anesthesia II-3 General Anesthesia II-3 Local Anesthesia II-4 Regional Anesthesia II-4 Epidural, Spinal, and Caudal Anesthesia II-4 Anesthesia Machines II-5 Side Effects of Anesthesia II-5 Recovery from Anesthesia II-5 Effective Administration of Anesthesia II-6 Anesthesia Care in Office- Based Surgery Procedures II-6 Measures to Safely Handle Anesthesia Equipment II-6
Levobupivacaine caudal anesthesia in children: a randomized double-blind comparison with bupivacaine.
Relative analgesic potencies of levobupivacaine and ropivacaine for caudal anesthesia in children.
Caudal anesthesia was first described at the turn of last century by two French physicians, Fernand Cathelin and Jean-Anthanase Sicard.
Bela Vadodaria et al (16) described that caudal anesthesia is the easiest and safest approaches to the epidural space.