Analgesia and Pain Control

  • John Currie


The birth of a child with any sort of deformity is a devastating experience for the parents. They will of course be anxious that all can be put right, with the minimum of distress, both physical and emotional, to the child and his family.


Epidural Analgesia Laryngeal Mask Airway Hypospadias Repair Inhalational Induction Emla Cream 
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