Douleurs de l'accouchement. Ader L 1990

Date: 1990
Auteurs: Ader L, Hansson B, Wallin G
Titre: Parturition pain treated by intracutaneous injections of sterile water. Pain 1990 May; 41 (2):133-138.
Mots clés: chilbirth, labor, pain, parturition, travail, douleur, back pain, lombalgie
Contribution: article
Abstract: Forty-five pregnant women in the first stage of parturition presenting with lower back pain were randomised into 2 groups. One group received intracutaneous injections of sterile water in the lumbosacral region, while the other group was given corresponding subcutaneous injections of isotonic saline, regarded as a placebo treatment. In the group that received intracutaneous sterile water injections the mean VAS score was significantly more reduced compared to the placebo group at 10 min (p<.001), 45 min (p<.02), & at 90 min (p<.05) after the treatment. The midwives' blind estimation of the effectiveness of treatment was consistent with the VAS assessment. However, the requirement of pethidine (meperidine) was similar in the 2 groups. The analgesic method presented was found to be an effective treatment against lower back pain during the first stage of parturition & it is speculated that the mode of action resembles AP.

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