What is Caudle Blocks?

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Generic name: Epidural Steroid Injection

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.

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Commonly reported side effects and conditions associated with Caudle Blocks

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Why patients stopped taking Caudle Blocks

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Did not seem to work 1
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Duration

Stopped taking Caudle Blocks

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0-1 month 1
6 months-1 year 1

Adherence


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Cost per month


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$200+
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$25-49
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Last updated:
There are no evaluations for Caudle Blocks.