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    Does anyone know if a c-section time plays into any type of time concurrancy issues.

    I underatns a labor epidural does not play into time concurrancy but wasn't sure about a c-section.

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    As far as I know they both cause problems with time concurrency. Can you direct me where to I can find the information you have on the epidural. I would like to show that to our office manager. Don't know if I really helped or not....:0

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    Quote Originally Posted by AYCPC View Post
    As far as I know they both cause problems with time concurrency. Can you direct me where to I can find the information you have on the epidural. I would like to show that to our office manager. Don't know if I really helped or not....:0
    YES..WE USE 01967 FOR LABOR EPIDURAL AND IT DOESN'T EFFECT THE TIME. WE HAVE ANESTHESIA SOFTWARE THAT FIGURES IT OUT FOR US.
    HOPE THIS HELPS..


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