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zhen ma po fu chan 193 li lin chuang xiao jie
Pages: 177-181
Year: Issue:  3
Journal: Acupuncture Research

Keyword:  硬膜外麻醉针麻统计学处理剖腹产术后输血量杜冷丁麻醉方法成功率肛门排气三阴交;
Abstract: One hundred ninety-three cases of cesarean sections were performed under acupuncture anesthesia, with successful rate of 95.8%, and excellent results obtained in 82.9% The authors discussed the acupuncture points selected and the type of Previous operations performed, and also compared with the results of 50 cesarean sections under epidural block. It was found that the needling points chosen, the types of operations performed, the causes of cesarean section, and the condition of patients before operation had no relationship to the results odtained, their statis- tical difference being insignificant (p0.05). The poorer operative results in the repeated cesarean might be outcomes. The hemodyamic changes during operation were rather smooth in acu- puncture group while they fluctuated greatly in epibural group. Less blood was used in the acupuncture group, although the conditions of the patients in that group were much worse. The postoperative courses were much more uneventfnl, with less analgesics used, and better G. I. functions in the acupuncture group. The author conluded that cesarean section under acupuncture anesthesia could obtain better results. It is easy to manipulate, much safer, and smo- oth in postoperative course. Therefore, it is the anesthesia of choice.
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