Caudal Anesthesia

In the caudal form of extradural anesthesia, the agent is introduced through the sacral hiatus above the coccyx. It is particularly applicable to perineal and rectal procedures. Anesthetization of higher anatomical levels is not easily obtained, because the required injection volume can be excessive. Although caudal anesthesia has been used extensively in obstetrics, lumbar epidural blockade is now more commonly used because of the lower dose of drug required; in addition, the sacral segments are spared until their anesthesia is required for the delivery.

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