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22. A decision aid for women having their first baby and considering their choices for labour pain relief

is ongoing, the information will be updated every two years. Date of last review: June 2004 University of Sydney Australia. This project is funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (no. 253635) © University of Sydney 2004 58 3 14. De Kornfeld, T.J., J.W. Pearson, and L. Lasagna, Methotrimeprazine in the treatment of labor pain. New England Journal of Medicine, 1964. 270(391-4). 15. Howell, C.J., Epidural versus non-epidural analgesia for pain relief in labour (...) . In: The Cochrane Library,(Issue 2) . 2004. Oxford: Update Software. 16. Lui, E.C.H. and A.T.H. Sia, Rates of caesarean section and instrumental vaginal delivery in nulliparous women after low concentration epidural infusions or opioid analgesia: systematic review. BMJ, 2004. doi:10.1136/bmj.38097.590810.7C(published 28 May 2004). 17. Leighton, B.L. and S.H. Halpern, The effects of epidural analgesia on labor, maternal, and neonatal outcomes: A systematic review. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 2002. 186(Supplement 5): p

2015 SickKids Supportive Care Guidelines

25. Patient Dignity (Formerly: Patient Modesty): Volume 95

that night to my husband. Reviewing several drugs sites, I found that these of some of the side effects fentanyl can have: decreased awareness/responsiveness difficult or labored breathing slow breathing rate chills chest pain tightness of chest irregular heartbeat fast/slow heartbeat unusual tiredness/weakness lethargy confusion nausea pale skin seeing, hearing, feeling things that are not there severe sleepiness thinking abnormalities trembling trouble concentrating lack/loss of strength hypotension (...) so we could find out what had happened to him. They apparently didn't care about his mental well being either. By the way heifer is the nicest term I can consistently call these RNs. Because of the Versed and fentanyl, his memories are limited. He did hypnosis sessions that helped him regain these. They were very traumatic for him and me but he and I needed answers. The hypnotist was very careful as to not suggest things to him but rather let him tell his story at his own pace. Now I know

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vulnerable, intimidated, and compliant. Naked people normally don't challenge a person in uniform. As it stand, violations have shaped our life and how we react. Although my husband (he doesn't remember what laughing nurses were doing to him as he was drugged) and I haven't been sexually assaulted, violations did occur. Even though he was drugged, he has underwent hypnosis and some memories resurfaced. One of his most vivid memories was of lying there naked and cold and wondering what was happening

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27. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

above for governing the conduct of the doctor–patient relationship in IBS, more formal psychological interventions may be contemplated in certain circumstances and depending on the availability of appropriate resources and expertise. Such approaches may include: • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), in group or individual sessions. CBT has shown excellent results, but its limited availability and labor-intensive nature limit routine use [21,26]. Behavioral techniques are aimed at modifying (...) dysfunctional behaviors through: — Relaxation techniques — Contingency management (by rewarding healthy behavior) — Assertion training • Hypnosis: Gut-directed hypnosis should be recommended for patients with IBS refractory to conventional (drug) treatment [35]. It has a high level of safety and tolerability, and there is evidence of sustained efficacy, in contrast to drug therapy [35]. It should be offered by licensed hypnotherapists with specialist training in the technique [35]. Group treatment is more

2015 World Gastroenterology Organisation

29. Using a bath or pool during first stage labour: A decision aid for women having a vaginal birth

, including on the following methods of pain management: › Touch and massage › Support person › Aromatherapy › Acupuncture and acupressure › Hypnosis › TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) › Psychological and breathing methods › Heat packs › Sterile water injections › Pethidine › Morphine › Gas (Entonox ® or nitrous oxide) What are my choices for managing and working with pain? Analgesia: The relief of pain without loss of consciousness Anaesthesic: An anaesthetic is a drug that gives total (...) › Support person › Pethidine › Aromatherapy › Acupuncture and acupressure › Hypnosis › TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) › Psychological and breathing methods › Heat packs › Sterile water injections › Morphine › Gas (Entonox ® or nitrous oxide) If you choose, you may enter the bath or pool whenever you feel the need. Some hospital policies suggest that women wait to enter the water until their contractions are strongly established to avoid labour slowing or stopping. There is no high

2015 EUnetHTA

30. Choices about epidural: A decision aid for women having a vaginal birth

for managing and working with pain? » Acupuncture and acupressure » Hypnosis » TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) » Psychological and breathing methods » Heat packs » Sterile water injections » Pethidine » Morphine » Gas (Entonox ® or nitrous oxide) Analgesia: Pain management however you will still be conscious and have sensation Anaesthesia: Total or partial loss of sensation. Anaesthesia can be given to a certain area of the body (local anaesthetic) or to the whole body for total loss (...) /14651858.CD009234.pub2. [2] Melzack, R. The Myth of Painless Childbirth. Operative Obstetrics and Anesthesia, 1984. 19(321): p. 297-298. [3] McCrea, B. H. and Wright, M. E. Satisfaction in childbirth and perceptions of personal control in pain relief during labour. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1999. 29(4): p. 877–884. doi: 10.1046/j.1365-2648.1999.00961.x [4] Chang, M.Y., C.-H. Chen, and K.-F. Huang, A Comparison of Massage Effects on Labor Pain Using the McGill Pain Questionnaire. Journal of Nursing

2015 EUnetHTA

31. Choosing your positions during labour and birth: A decision aid for women having a vaginal birth

? The following methods of pain management have not been discussed in other decision aids: » Touch and massage » Support person » Aromatherapy » Acupuncture and acupressure » Hypnosis » TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) » Psychological and breathing methods » Heat packs » Sterile water injections » Pethidine » Morphine » Gas (Entonox ® or nitrous oxide) More details about the methods not discussed in this decisions aid will be available on our website in time: www.havingababy.org.au Analgesia (...) for women in labour: an overview of systematic. reviews. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2012, Issue 3. Art. No.: CD009234. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD009234.pub2. [2] Chang, M.Y., C.-H. Chen, and K.-F. Huang, A Comparison of Massage Effects on Labor Pain Using the McGill Pain Questionnaire. Journal of Nursing Research, 2006. 14(3): p.190-197. [3] Brown, S.T., D. Campbell, and A. Kurtz, Characteristics of labor pain at two stages of cervical dilation. Pain, 1989. 39(3): p. 289-295. [4] Gaston

2015 EUnetHTA

32. WHO recommendations for augmentation of labour

WHO recommendations for augmentation of labour WHO recommendations for WHO recommendations for augmentation of labourWHO Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data WHO recommendations for augmentation of labour. 1.Dystocia – prevention and control. 2.Labor, Induced – methods. 3.Labor, Induced - standards. 4.Labor Presentation. 5.Perinatal Care – methods. 6.Guideline. I.World Health Organization. ISBN 978 92 4 150736 3 (NLM classification: WQ 440) © World Health Organization 2014 All rights

2014 World Health Organisation Guidelines

34. A Pilot Trial of Disposable Nitrous Oxide Canisters in Providing Pain Control During Burn Dressing Changes

of regular general anesthesia or conscious sedation is not a viable option due to the resources required, and as the hypermetabolism of burn injury would result in compromised wound healing with repeated periods of without eating related halting of nutritional intake. This has led to the use of a number of adjuncts ranging from nonmedical (virtual reality, mindfulness, hypnosis etc.) to medication (ketamine, anxiolytics etc.). Historically Nitrous oxide has been used in similar settings where severe (...) procedural pain is of relatively shorter duration, such as tooth extraction, labor or minor surgical procedures. Nitrous oxide is a rapidly acting analgesic that takes effect seconds after inhalation, and lasts minutes. While a randomized trial of Nitrous oxide in burn care has been proposed, the only published information currently available is in a Chinese medical journal. To address this a gap in knowledge, a pilot Randomized Controlled trial is proposed to evaluate if Nitrous Oxide in the form

2018 Clinical Trials

35. Patient Dignity (Formerly:Patient Modesty): Volume 96

the bona fide occupational qualification exception (BFOQ), to exclude male nurses from labor and delivery and male radiologists from mammography, why not use the same exception to hire men in ultrasound and urology areas or is it that male lives just don’t matter as much? Men are tired of having their medical needs ignored by the American healthcare system in favor of advancing women’s healthcare. It’s time to stop trading men’s lives for the almighty dollar and fix a dysfunctional healthcare system so (...) but hospitals are not obligated to comply. For women, it is easier to find same gender care. Most hospitals discourage or will not hire males to work in labor & delivery, mammograms, or other female specific care areas. There are even whole buildings dedicated to female care. There may be male physicians but the staff will most likely be entirely female. Even how intimate care is delivered is very different. When a female goes in for her gyn exam, she’ll be lead to a room and told to change into a gown

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36. Patient Dignity (Formerly:Patient Modesty):Volume 101

supplement their disability or public assistance with all cash ventures (scrap metal, flea market sales, cash labor, etc.) work under the table (cash) jobs, or make money through criminal activity. One common practice among recipients of social security is common practice to get a Rx for some maintenance medication via exaggerated symptoms and sell the Rx. Some of the most common meds are Zanex, Valium, and Ambien. End Part 1 -- Banterings At , said... Part 2 School teachers form labor unions

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vulnerable, intimidated, and compliant. Naked people normally don't challenge a person in uniform. As it stand, violations have shaped our life and how we react. Although my husband (he doesn't remember what laughing nurses were doing to him as he was drugged) and I haven't been sexually assaulted, violations did occur. Even though he was drugged, he has underwent hypnosis and some memories resurfaced. One of his most vivid memories was of lying there naked and cold and wondering what was happening

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on the streets and neighbor hoods would be set on fire.” But, as many here and JR has stated, it’s perfectly acceptable to abuse and yes, sexually abuse/rape a customer if said customer is male! As those who labor in the industry such as PT note that the terrorism inflicted upon JR’s husband and herself is business as usual - de rigueur for the makemsick industry! I’d like to address another issue which is of paramount importance, not just for our medical freedom but for our rapidly fading democratic

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39. Patient Dignity (Formerly: Patient Modesty): Volume 95

for now. Regards, NTT At , Anonymous said... NTT, I have done a lot of research about what happened that night to my husband. Reviewing several drugs sites, I found that these of some of the side effects fentanyl can have: decreased awareness/responsiveness difficult or labored breathing slow breathing rate chills chest pain tightness of chest irregular heartbeat fast/slow heartbeat unusual tiredness/weakness lethargy confusion nausea pale skin seeing, hearing, feeling things that are not there severe (...) was a lie as it wasn't until well over 2 hours later that we finally flagged down someone so we could find out what had happened to him. They apparently didn't care about his mental well being either. By the way heifer is the nicest term I can consistently call these RNs. Because of the Versed and fentanyl, his memories are limited. He did hypnosis sessions that helped him regain these. They were very traumatic for him and me but he and I needed answers. The hypnotist was very careful as to not suggest

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40. Acute Low Back Pain

with acute back pain is not known. Reactive depression and anxiety may occur and are effectively treated with medication and counseling. Patients with premorbid personality, thought or mood disorders may have exacerbations. Counseling may be of benefit for these patients. Biofeedback and self-hypnosis, often taught by counselors, have not been shown to have an effect on acute LBP. Multidisciplinary approach for back pain: Two randomized controlled trials have shown that complex rehabilitation programs (...) . • Epidural steroids can be considered before surgery. • Surgery is rarely indicated. Early delivery may be considered. Pregnant women with back pain may want to discuss with their obstetrical care provider different positions, strategies, and methods of pain relief. This may include anesthesia consultation (for labor and delivery) or referral to hospital or community based prophylactic back classes specifically designed for pregnancy. If back classes are ineffective, consider referral to a back pain

2011 University of Michigan Health System

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