Risk Factors Related to Anesthesia and its Effect during Caesarean Section on Iraqi Women


A retrospective study was conducted on pregnant women in Iraq, where the aim of the research was described risk factors related to anaesthesia and its effect during caesarean section on Iraqi women. One hundred forty patients were collected from several different hospitals. The objectives were to determine the behaviour of the caesarean section according to their age and to describe the type of anaesthesia applied to patients who terminated their pregnancy by caesarean section. To get acquainted with the types of complications in terms of the time of onset, the method of anaesthesia, and the relationship between the method of anaesthesia and the Apgar score, as well as listing the main indications for caesarean delivery. In this study, the following types of anaesthesia (Tracheal intubation and Spinal anaesthesia) were used to find out the complications for patients’ women. The inclusion criteria in this study were age group (years), type of anaesthesia applied, type of anaesthesia complications by the time of onset, type of complications by the method of anaesthesia applied, Apgar scale, and indicators of caesarean section. There was a greater predominance of immediate complications, with nausea and vomiting more common in both anaesthesia and all neonates with satisfactory Apgar scores