HADZIC PERIPHERAL NERVE BLOCKS EBOOK
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A real-world emphasis on clinical utility serves as the underpinning of chapter content and drives the book's in-depth explanations of techniques and procedures Outstanding organization begins with the foundations of peripheral nerve blocks e. Substantially expanded number of nerve block techniques, including both basic and advanced blocks NEW!
Anatomy and practical considerations for ultrasound-guided spinal, epidural and paravertebral blocks NEW!
Atlas of surface anatomy, to better identify the surface landmarks NEW! Atlas of ultrasound-guided anatomy, designed to provide critical contextual detail for the preceding technique-related content NEW! Step-by-step standardized monitoring and documentation of the block procedures NEW!
Decision-making algorithm integrating techniques and technology to improve the success and safety of nerve block procedures NEW! Section on imaging of the neuraxial space NEW! Our Awards Booktopia's Charities. Consequently, cases of recognized or unrecognized arterial punctures have been reported even with the use of an ultrasound.
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Ultrasound offers obvious advantages, but the operator needs to recognize the potential for pitfalls during clinical use related to difficulties with needle visualization and incorrect identification of structures. Even small involuntary movements may lead to insertion into a vascular structure and subsequent local anesthetic toxicity. Visualization of deeper structures may require more pressure to be applied to the probe in order to visualize the target nerve, causing the collapse of blood vessels leading to a false-negative aspiration test.
In summary, without discounting the advantages of adding ultrasound guidance to the armamentarium of regional anesthesia, it would be fair to state that based on the current literature, ultrasound does not replace experience and knowledge of relevant anatomy, especially for visualization of deep structures.
In certain scenarios, ultrasound may not offer additional value and substantial amount of time may be spent trying to find relevant structures. In other cases, it may provide a false sense of security, especially to an inexperienced operator. More studies are needed to define the role of ultrasound for the performance of deep peripheral nerve blocks and validate its benefits. References 1. Nerve stimulators used for peripheral nerve blocks vary in their electrical characteristics.
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Ultrasound-guided supraclavicular approach for regional anesthesia of the brachial plexus. Anesthesia and Analgesia. Ultrasonographic guidance improves sensory block and onset time of three-in-one blocks. Ultrasonographic guidance reduces the amount of local anesthetic for 3- in-1 blocks. Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine. Brachial plexus examination and localization using ultrasound and electrical stimulation: a volunteer study. Urmey WF.
Interscalene block: The truth about twitches. Urmey WF, Stanton J. Inability to consistently elicit a motor response following sensory paresthesia during interscalene block administration.
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Ultrasonographic guided axillary plexus blocks with low volumes of local anaesthetics: a crossover volunteer study. Soft tissue landmark for ultrasound identification of the sciatic nerve in the infragluteal region: the tendon of the long head of the biceps femoris muscle. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica.
Ultrasound-guided lumbar plexus block through the acoustic window of the lumbar ultrasound trident. Visualization of the course of the sciatic nerve in adult volunteers by ultrasonography.
The effects of ultrasound guidance and neurostimulation on the minimum effective anesthetic volume of mepivacaine 1. Abbas S, Brull R.
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Ultrasound-guided sciatic nerve block: description of a new approach at the subgluteal space. Aveline C, Bonnet F. Delayed retroperitoneal haematoma after failed lumbar plexus block. Hsu DT. Extensive retroperitoneal hematoma without neurologic deficit in two patients who underwent lumbar plexus block and were later anticoagulated. Renal subcapsular hematoma after lumbar plexus block.John E. To access the mobile version, optimized for viewing on iPhones and other PDAs, register for a My AccessMedicine profile from any on-site computer.
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What is unique about this textbook is the display of gross anatomical dissections along with ultrasound imaging. Medical Physiology by John E. Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Write a customer review.