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Spinal anaesthesia is a technique whereby a local anaesthetic drug is injected into the cerebrospinal fluid. This technique has some similarity to epidural anaesthesia, and lay people often confuse the two techniques. Important differences include:
To achieve epidural analgesia or anaesthesia, a larger dose of drug is typically necessary than with spinal analgesia or anaesthesia.
Designed o reduce complications in the epidural pace. Excellent kink-resistance and tensile strength with a soft, flexible tip reduce the risk of paresthesia and inadvertent penetration of blood vessels or the dura, which can misdirect delivery of anesthetics. Simpler and faster epidural procedures are facilitated y the catheter’s unique coil reinforced body. The structural integrity of this design provides resistance to collapsing and requires o sty let for insertion. Catheter radiopacity is enhanced by the inner spiral-wound stainless steel coil body construction.