Virtual Grand Rounds in OB Anesthesia: August 2016

published 3 years ago by Ed Nemergut and Robert Thiele (presented by the IARS)

Nitrous Oxide for Labor Analgesia and Considerations prior to Institutional Implementation with Emily Dinges

Well thank you everyone for joining us this afternoon my name is Emily dungeons and I'm. Assistant professor of data immersed in Washington convinced Asia. We're talking today about nitrous oxide for liberal analgesia and considerations prior to institutional implementation. I know that this album can be a very them commit topic brings up a lot of opinions so I look forward to hearing from you guys. And your questions and your experiences when we're finished. I would hope so disclosures I have none. Let's start with the history of nitrous oxide. It was invented in 1775 by Joseph Priestley who is shown here. And first use for labor analgesia in 1881 bystander ...

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