Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 9th, 2001
Epidurals are the most effective form of pain relief during childbirth. But they are associated with increased rates of instrumental vaginal delivery and associated complications, which might be related to poor motor function, which prevents mothers from pushing during labor. New techniques that preserve motor function could reduce obstetric intervention.
Andrew Shennan and Christine MacArthur led a...
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