New Regional Analgesia Guideline Available!

06/4/2012

Nursing Care of the Woman Receiving Regional Analgesia/Anesthesia in Labor: Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guideline, 2nd Edition, is now available from AWHONN and packed with new and updated information including expanded information on monitoring and assessment of patients; new information on emergency management and; detailed rationale supporting AWHONN's position statement on the nurses role in monitoring women receiving regional anesthesia and analgesia in labor. The guideline provides the foundation and key elements needed for development of unit- and service-based policies and procedures, and provides the framework for implementing quality improvement initiatives and measurement. Use of Nursing Care of the Woman Receiving Regional Analgesia/Anesthesia in Labor will help to promote the provision of safe, standardized, evidence-based care that reduces the risk of anesthesia-related complications. Visit www.awhonn.org/store to preview the table of contents and order copies of the newly revised Nursing Care of the Woman Receiving Regional Analgesia/Anesthesia in Labor to help ensure that your laboring patients receive the best possible care.

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