Spinal Anesthesia Complications

Spinal anesthesia is a widely used medical technique for pain management during surgeries and other medical procedures. It involves injecting anesthetic medication into the subarachnoid space, providing effective and efficient pain relief. Researchers are investigating the impact of patient positioning during spinal anesthesia administration, aiming to reduce complications such as PDPH and nerve damage. This session will focus on post-dural puncture headache (PDPH), nerve damage, infection, bleeding, and unintended high or low block levels.


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