Comparison of Postoperative Pain between Patients who underwent Primary and Repeated Caesarean Section: A Prospective Cohort Study [post]

2019 unpublished
The presences of differences in post-operative pain are unclear between the primipara who underwent a primary cesarean section and multipara who underwent first repeat cesarean section. The study aimed to explore the possible difference in postoperative pain between primipara and multipara. Methods: Women who underwent cesarean deliveries under spinal anesthesia were included, and postoperative patient-controlled intravenous analgesia was performed. Postoperative incision and visceral pain
more » ... visceral pain within 48 hours after the surgery were evaluated. Serum leukocyte and neutrophil counts before and 24 hours after the surgery were retrospective collected. Additionally, the patients' pain statuses on postoperative week 1 and week 4 were also assessed during follow-up via telephone.
doi:10.21203/rs.2.169/v1 fatcat:3w2tgy6y4jaejejhfv5da6zy2e