Committees  |   November 2015
Reaching Expectant Mothers With Expert Advice on Labor Pain Relief
Author Affiliations
  • Kenneth Elmassian, D.O.
    Committee on Communications
    Chair
Article Information
Obstetric Anesthesia / Pain Medicine / Committees
Committees   |   November 2015
Reaching Expectant Mothers With Expert Advice on Labor Pain Relief
ASA Monitor 11 2015, Vol.79, 44.
ASA Monitor 11 2015, Vol.79, 44.
“Laughing Gas Now Becoming Popular Option for Women Giving Birth”
– ABC News
“Pregnant Women Use Laughing Gas to Ease Labor Pains”
– The Washington Post
“Laughing Gas in the Delivery Room? Yes, Please”
– Slate
With news headlines promoting an increased popularity in the use of nitrous oxide during labor, ASA executed a campaign using digital, social and traditional media channels to share its expert advice on the role physician anesthesiologists play in providing pain relief during childbirth and the many options available for easing labor pain, from medications to breathing techniques and more. State component societies received background on the campaign and opportunities to use campaign materials with media, members and on the Web.
First Page Preview
First page PDF preview
First page PDF preview ×
View Large
0 Comments
Submit a Comment
Submit A Comment

Contributors must reveal any conflict of interest. Comments are moderated.

Name
Affiliation & Institution
I have a potential conflict of interest
Comment Title
Comment


This feature is available to Subscribers Only
ASA Member Login or Create an Account ×