Continuous Spinal Anesthesia Technique After Accidental Dural Puncture Abstract: Continuous spinal anesthesia (CSA) is a mode of anesthesia and analgesia that has various therapeutic advantages. CSA allows the anesthesiologist to titrate tiny doses of a local anesthetic to achieve the desired degree of spinal anesthesia.
Another step towards safe clinical practice. Medication administration errors can have catastrophic outcomes if a drug is inadvertently administered via the wrong route. Regional anaesthesia involves the use of drugs like local anaesthetics, adjuvants that can have serious outcomes like local anaesthetic systemic toxicity, cardiac arrest and anaphylaxis