Incidence of Persistent Headache at 18 Months Following Accidental Dural Puncture in the Obstetric Population: A Prospective Service Evaluation in 45 Patients
The aim of the prospective longitudinal service evaluation was to reveal the incidence of persistent headache at 18 months following accidental dural puncture with a 16‐gauge Tuohy needle. This followed an observation that a subset of female patients was presenting to the local pain medicine clinic with persistent headache following an accidental dural puncture.
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