The Effect of Entonox on Stages of Labor in Nulliparous Women

2020-03-31 04:04:09 | BioPortfolio


This Trial study about The effect of Entonox associated with duration of labor in Active phase and efficacy for relief pain of labor .So investigators start to study up to 14 months


Investigators will enroll participants in 2 groups by randomized . First group will inhale Entonox and the second group will inhale Oxygen . The participants will inhale gas (Entonox or Oxygen) in 4-5 times for each uterine contraction and Nurse will measure blood pressure , O2 saturation ,pain score before use gas . The outcome,investigators study about Apgar score , duration of labor , pain relief in both group,route of delivery and estimated blood loss

Study Design




Entonox, oxygen gas


Rajavithi Hospital




Rajavithi Hospital

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