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How do epidurals work? And why is there a global shortage of them?

By Alicia Dennis, Professor MBBS, PhD, MPH, PGDipEcho, FANZCA, GAICD, The University of Melbourne
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Epidurals deliver nerve-blocking drugs into the back for pain relief during labour and after surgeries. Epidural kits are currently in short supply, with their use prioritised for obstetric patients.The Conversation

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