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Anaesthesia and having a baby - general information

Being pregnant and giving birth put a lot of pressure on our bodies. It's common to experience a degree of discomfort or pain during labour and there's a chance that you'll require surgery while you're pregnant. You might not need the care of an anaesthetist when you're carryi...

National Anaesthesia Day 2023 A4 poster (te Reo Māori)

Ngā Kaitukurehunga: E atawhai ana i ō tātou tūroro māuiui rawa, i te wā o te poka, i muri iho hoki.

Epidural anaesthesia fact sheet

Epidurals offer the most complete relief from contraction pain. They rapidly numb the lower body, but allow you to be aware during the birth of your baby. They can provide sustained pain relief that can be tailored to your needs to still allow a degree of movement and sensation.

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Anaesthesia for endoscopy

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PS54(A) Position statement on minimum safety requirements for anaesthesia machines and workstations

PS54(A) Position statement on the minimum safety requirements for anaesthesia machines and workstations for clinical practice

NAD22 poster (English)

Download and print an English language version of our 2022 National Anaesthesia Day poster.

PS08(A) Position statement on the assistant for the anaesthetist

PS08(A) Position statement on the assistant for the anaesthetist

SIG application form

Use this form to apply to join one of the 17 Anaesthesia Continuing Education (ACE) Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

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