Impact Studies

Baoan 120816 WCA.mp4_1472516157Preliminary data demonstrate that we have been successful in increasing the utilization of neuraxial labor analgesia. We have also seen a decrease in the rates of caesarean deliveries, episiotomies, and postpartum blood transfusion. Below is a summary of outcomes data from our two sites in China. A more comprehensive version of the text is available by clicking on the link, and the details of them are available at the ASA web site and others.

2012 Global Health & Innovation Conference in Yale University

No Pain Labor & Delivery has Impacted Chinese Parturient’s Pain Relief and Maternal/Infant Safety in a Positive Way

Eposter at 2012 ASA meeting in Washington :

An Impact Study of Availability of Epidural Labor Analgesia on the Rate of Cesarean Delivery − A Report from the Chinese No Pain Labor & Delivery Experience

Presentations in the Annual SOAP Meeting

Impact of Neuraxial Labor Analgesia on Oxytocin Augmentation and Postpartum Hemorrhage-A Report from No Pain Labor & Delivery in China

An Impact Study of No Pain Labor & Delivery on Labor Analgesia Rate and Obstetric Outcomes in a Chinese Academic Hospital

Impact of Neuraxial Labor Analgesia on Newborn Safety Markers: A Report from No Pain Labor & Delivery in China



Presentation in 2014 Annual Maternal-Fetal Medicine Conference

No Pain Labor & Delivery: a collaborative educational-global health initiative to transform current knowledge and skills into better maternal and neonatal outcomes

International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics 2015

Impact of the introduction of neuraxial labor analgesia on mode of
delivery at an urban maternity hospital in China

American Society of Anesthesiologists Monitors 2015

Obstetric Anesthesia Education Gives Birth to Improved Outcomes in China

Anesthesia & Analgesia 2016

No Pain Labor & Delivery: A Global Health Initiative’s Impact on Clinical Outcomes in China


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