Here we have collected together our choice of national and local guidelines, selected for their quality and provided for you to adopt and adapt for your own needs.
Conditions that require antenatal referral to the anaesthetist and high BMI
Pain relief in labour using epidural and remifentanil. TAP blocks and analgesia after Caesarean section
Inadequate RA, dural puncture and post-dural puncture headache, hypotension, high block, LA toxicity and epidural haematoma
Oral intake during labour and antacid prophylaxis. General anaesthesia for Caesarean section and Failed Intubation
Guidelines for cell salvage and for regional anaesthesia in patients with coagulation defects
Anaesthetic chart and epidural charts
High dependency unit admission, transfer and discharge criteria
Diamorphine ampoule shortage in obstetrics - NICE guideline on caesarean birth
26 October 2021
The Obstetric Anaesthetists Association’s mission is to provide reliable information for mothers via
20 September 2021
Interview with Professor Tim Cook.
03 August 2021
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