What is Caudle Blocks?

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A caudal block is placed through the sacral gap (a space below the lumbar spine near the sacrum). The injection is placed into the epidural space. This type of block usually affects the spinal nerves at the end of the spinal canal near the sacrum.

Reported purpose & perceived effectiveness

Purpose
Patients
Patients with evaluations
Perceived effectiveness
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Patients with evaluations
Purpose
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Patients with evaluations
0
Perceived effectiveness

  • Major
  • Moderate
  • Slight
  • None
  • Can't tell

Side effects

Side effects as an overall problem

Side effects of Caudle Blocks

Severe
0
Moderate
0
Mild
0
None
1

Commonly reported side effects, conditions, and hospitalizations associated with Caudle Blocks

Hospitalization
Patients
2

Dosages

Most common dosages (by patients currently taking Caudle Blocks)
Dosage
8other as needed
Patients
1
Why Patients Stopped Taking Caudle Blocks (multiple reasons could be selected)
Reason
Did not seem to work
Patients
1
Reason
Other
Patients
1
See all 2 patients who’ve stopped taking Caudle Blocks

Duration

Stopped Taking Caudle Blocks
Duration
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Duration
0-1 month
Patients
0
Duration
1-3 months
Patients
0
Duration
3-6 months
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0
Duration
6 months-1 year
Patients
1
Duration
1-2 years
Patients
0
Duration
2 years or more
Patients
0

Adherence


Always
Patients
1
100%
Usually
Patients
0
0%
Sometimes
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0
0%
Never taken as prescribed
Patients
0
0%

Burden


Very hard to take
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0
0%
Somewhat hard to take
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0
0%
A little hard to take
Patients
0
0%
Not at all hard to take
Patients
1
100%

Cost per month


Cost per month
$200+
Patients
0
0%
Cost per month
$100-199
Patients
0
0%
Cost per month
$50-99
Patients
0
0%
Cost per month
$25-49
Patients
0
0%
Cost per month
< $25
Patients
0
0%
Cost per month
Not specified
Patients
1
100%
Last updated:
There are no evaluations for Caudle Blocks.