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(Relief work)
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  • Decision Support Tool Improves Real and Perceived Anesthesiology Resident Relief Equity. [Journal Article]
  • A&AAnesth Analg 2018 Jun 05
  • Bhutiani M, Jablonski PM, … Wanderer JP
  • CONCLUSIONS: A DST systematizing the relief process for anesthesiology residents was associated with a lower frequency of residents working beyond 5:30 PM in the OR on 2 consecutive days. The DST improved the perceived ability to make equitable relief decisions by on-call senior residents and residents being relieved. Success with this tool allows for broader applications in resident education, enabling enhanced monitoring of resident experiences and support for OR assignment decisions.
  • Parenteral opioids for maternal pain management in labour. [Review]
  • CDCochrane Database Syst Rev 2018 Jun 05; 6:CD007396
  • Smith LA, Burns E, Cuthbert A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Though most evidence is of low- or very-low quality, for healthy women with an uncomplicated pregnancy who are giving birth at 37 to 42 weeks, parenteral opioids appear to provide some relief from pain in labour but are associated with drowsiness, nausea, and vomiting in the woman. Effects on the newborn are unclear. Maternal satisfaction with opioid analgesia was largely unreported. The review needs to be examined alongside related Cochrane reviews. More research is needed to determine which analgesic intervention is most effective, and provides greatest satisfaction to women with acceptable adverse effects for mothers and their newborn.
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