UK study reveals ethnic differences in obstetric anesthesia care

New research published in Anaesthesia shows that Black pregnant women in the UK are much more likely than white women to be given general anesthesia during cesarean section births, while some Black and south Asian women having vaginal births are less likely than white women to receive an epidural (a type of anesthetic used to provide pain relief in labor).

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