Saddle block is a spinal anesthetic restricted to the perineal area, or that part of the body in touch with a saddle. It is achieved by using a small dose of hyperbaric solution of local anesthetic and maintaining the patient in a seated position after injection. One of the major advantages is avoiding hypotension.
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