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Equipment for Peripheral Nerve Blocks

Foundations of Regional Anesthesia

Ali Nima Shariat, Patrick M. Horan, Kimberly Gratenstein, Colleen McCally, and Ashton P. Frulla Introduction Over the past several decades, regional anesthesia equipment has undergone substantial technological advances. Historically, the development and consequent introduction of the portable nerve stimulator to…

Postdural Puncture Headache

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Postdural Puncture Headache Based on Hadzic’s Textbook of RAPM 2nd Ed 2017 Artwork by Vali Lancea Brian E. Harrington and Miguel Angel Reina INTRODUCTION Postural headaches following interventions that disrupt meningeal integrity are most commonly labeled postdural puncture headaches (PDPHs)….

Most Common Anesthesia Technique Poll

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For Endovascular Surgery with Access at the Femoral Artery: What is the Most Common Anesthesia Technique Used in your Practice?
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Local & Regional Anesthesia for Eye Surgery

Sub Specialties

— Authors: Jacques Ripart, MD; Kenneth Mehrige, MD; Robert Della Rocca, MD Introduction Ophthalmic surgery is one of the most frequent surgical procedures requiring anesthesia in developed countries.(1) Perioperative morbidity and mortality rates associated with eye (eg, cataract) surgery are…

Sciatic Nerve Block: Transgluteal / Anterior Approach

Lower Extermity

A B Figure 1-1: (A) Needle insertion for the transgluteal (posterior) approach to sciatic nerve block. (B) Needle insertion for anterior sciatic block. Essentials Transgluteal (Posterior) Approach Indications: surgery on the knee, tibia, ankle, and foot Landmarks: greater trochanter, superior…

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