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Infraclavicular Brachial Plexus

Ultrasound Images

   Infraclavicular Brachial Plexus Ultrasound transducer position to image the infraclavicular brachial plexus transverse view Ultrasound image of the lateral and posterior cords of the brachial plexus transverse view Ultrasound image of the labeled lateral and posterior cords of the…

Spinal Anesthesia

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Introduction with General Considerations & Brief History Carl Koller, an ophthalmologist from Vienna, first described the use of topical cocaine for analgesia of the eye in 1884.[1] William Halsted and Richard Hall, surgeons at Roosevelt Hospital in New York City,…

Ultrasound-Guided Wrist Block

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Ultrasound-Guided Wrist Block Based on Hadzic’s Textbook of RAPM 2nd Ed 2017 Ine Leunen, Sofie Louage, Hassanin Jalil, and Xavier Sala-Blanch WRIST BLOCK AT A GLANCE Indications: hand and finger surgery Transducer position: transverse at wrist crease or distal third…

Active Femoral Block Poll

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Active Femoral Block: Quadriceps muscle weakness and short duration of analgesia with single-injection blocks may limited its use for analgesia after TKR. Describe the pattern in your practice:
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Value of Stimulating Catheters Poll

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What is the Value of Stimulating Catheters when Placed under Ultrasound Guidance?
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Toxicity of Local Anesthetics

Foundations of Regional Anesthesia, General

AUTHORS: Steven Dewaele, Alan C. Santos Introduction Systemic toxicity of local anesthetics can occur after administration of an excessive dose, with rapid absorption, or because of an accidental intravenous injection. The management of local anesthetic toxicity can be challenging, and…

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