This chemical has become more common in the labor and delivery ward. It might not make you laugh your way through labor, but here’s what it does have to offer.
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After widespread use in childbirth during the early 20th century, nitrous oxide was largely replaced by epidurals in the 1960’s. Today its significant advantages are being reconsidered and there is a comeback for laughing gas in the 21st century delivery room. I frequently use NO2 for procedures in my office and I think it can be a good option for second and subsequent deliveries. Read this article and let me know what you think. Thais