paracervical block


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Noun1.paracervical block - regional anesthesia resulting from the injection of a local anesthetic on each side of the cervix; used during labor and childbirth
regional anaesthesia, regional anesthesia - loss of sensation in a region of the body produced by application of an anesthetic agent to all the nerves supplying that region (as when an epidural anesthetic is administered to the pelvic region during childbirth)
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Local anesthesia may be given using a paracervical block with 2 mL of 1% lidocaine at the tenaculum site followed by 18 mL divided between the 4 and 8 o'clock positions.
Surgical abortion is a minor procedure commonly performed under sedation with paracervical block in our unit.
paracervical block or cervical infilteration with injection Lignocaine.
* Paracervical block with lidocaine might reduce patient pain during IUD insertion.
With Endosee, I was able to directly visualize the uterine cavity during her original appointment without using any pain medication or paracervical block.
Words invoked by the majority, such as "transcervical procedures," "[o]smotic dilators," "instrumental disarticulation," and "paracervical block," may be accurate and are to some extent necessary, but for citizens who seek to know why laws on this subject have been enacted across the Nation, the words are insufficient.
Intrauterine lidocaine infusion, paracervical block with lidocaine, intravenous tenoxicam or 4ml intravenous normal saline administered prior to biopsy.
LEEP was performed under local anaesthesia (Paracervical block), patients were put in dorsal lithotomy position and insulated Cusco's speculum was used to spread apart the vaginal wall for proper visualisation of the cervix.
PB: Paracervical block IVS: IV sedation GA: General anesthesia VAS: Visual analog scale.
The use of intravenous sedation compared to paracervical block demonstrated a significant reduction in the mean pain score more than 30 minutes after the procedure, but not during or within 30 minutes of the procedure.
The new 6mm device requires less dilation and is designed to improve patient comfort - especially for patients under local anesthesia and/or paracervical block in-office.