16th NYSORA Symposium in NYC

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Polls

Effectiveness of Pec Blocks Poll

Polls
What Do You Think About the Effectiveness of Pec Blocks?
  • 0%
  • 20%
  • 80%
  • 0%
  • 0%

Active Femoral Block Poll

Polls
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:
  • 14.63%
  • 15.85%
  • 24.39%
  • 3.66%
  • 41.46%

Liposomic Bupivacaine Poll

Polls
Your Thoughts on Liposomic Bupivacaine in Peripheral Nerve Blocks?
  • 14.29%
  • 11.9%
  • 2.38%
  • 11.9%
  • 33.33%
  • 26.19%

Dexamethasone with Local Anesthetics Poll

Polls
When added to Local Anesthetics, Dexamethasone:
  • 12.75%
  • 27.45%
  • 30.39%
  • 16.67%
  • 12.75%

Continuous Nerve Blocks Poll

Polls
Use of Continuous Nerve Blocks in My Practice:
  • 26.53%
  • 6.12%
  • 26.53%
  • 16.33%
  • 24.49%

Nerve Blocks on Wrong Side Poll

Polls
How Often Are Nerve Blocks Done on the Wrong Side?
  • 20.37%
  • 3.7%
  • 9.26%
  • 50%
  • 16.67%

Sterile Drape Use Poll

Polls
Should Sterile Drape be Routinely Used with Single-Shot Nerve Blocks?
  • 32.98%
  • 55.32%
  • 6.38%
  • 4.26%
  • 1.06%

Value of Stimulating Catheters Poll

Polls
What is the Value of Stimulating Catheters when Placed under Ultrasound Guidance?
  • 36.67%
  • 30%
  • 10%
  • 13.33%
  • 10%

Most Common Anesthesia Technique Poll

Polls
For Endovascular Surgery with Access at the Femoral Artery: What is the Most Common Anesthesia Technique Used in your Practice?
  • 42.66%
  • 18.88%
  • 25.17%
  • 7.69%
  • 5.59%

Dexamethasone Poll

Polls
Dexamethasone mixed with ropivacaine or bupivacaine?
  • 30%
  • 11.67%
  • 6.67%
  • 20%
  • 31.67%
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