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Local & Regional Anesthesia for Eye Surgery

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— 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…

Long Thoracic Nerve

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   Long Thoracic Nerve Ultrasound transducer position to image the long thoracic view Ultrasound image of long thoracic nerve Ultrasound image of labeled long thoracic nerve Cross sectional anatomy of labeled long thoracic nerve Key: ASeM – Anterior Serratus Muscle…

Spinal Anesthesia continued

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Pharmacodynamics Of Spinal Anesthesia The pharmacodynamics of spinal injection of local anesthesia are wide-ranging. The next section reviews the cardiovascular, respiratory, and gastrointestinal consequences of spinal anesthesia. This portion of the chapter focuses on the hepatic and renal effects of…

Cutaneous Nerve blocks of the Upper Extremity

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A B C Figure 1: Techniques to block the cutaneous nerves of the upper extremity. Essentials Indications: mostly used as a supplement to major blocks of the upper extremity Local anesthetic: 5-10 mL General Considerations Cutaneous nerve blocks of the…

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