Created by Updated on Oct 27, 2017
Painless delivery is the latest medical intervention that helps women become an active participant in delivery. The process is called a Pain less Delivery as the sensation of pain is numbed by an Epidural Anesthesia. It is an advance clinical protocol in pain management which ensures that a pregnant woman has comfortable labour. It is a regional application in which an anesthetic drug is injected near the spinal cord (in spinal canal). It also helps in decreasing the caesarian section rate. The woman in labour is able to monitor and control the amount of pain reducing drug she needs. The procedure is a recommended and approved clinical protocol by the International Association of Gynecologists and Obstetricians and is practiced worldwide. The procedure is administered and monitored by labour specialist anesthetists, obstetricians and labour nurses, who guide a woman towards motherhood.