Epidural administration is a medical route of administration in which a drug or
contrast agent is injected into the epidural space of the spinal cord. Techniques ...
Epidural anesthesia is the most popular method of pain relief during labor.
Epidural anesthesia is regional anesthesia that blocks pain in certain areas.
Epidural steroid injections can temporarily relieve many forms of low back pain
and leg pain (sciatica) and help a patient progress with rehab and exercise.
Learn the pros and cons of using an epidural for pain relief during labor.
Considering that at least 60 percent of American women today have an epidural
for pain relief during labor, it's surprising how misunderstood this procedure is.
Read our article and learn more on MedlinePlus: Spinal and epidural anesthesia.
Epidural and spinal blocks are types of anesthesia in which a local anesthetic is
injected near the spinal cord and nerve roots to block sensations of pain from an
Epidural anesthesia has become a popular and effective form of childbirth pain
relief. Epidural anesthesia is the injection of a numbing medicine into the space ...
Epidural anaesthesia, often referred to as an epidural, is an injection into the
back that numbs the lower half of the body and stops any pain being felt.
Epidurals involve the injection of a local anesthetic drug (derived from cocaine)
into the epidural space—the space around (epi) the tough coverings (dura) that ...