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Lower Extermity

Ankle Block

Lower Extermity

Figure 1: Needle insertion for saphenous nerve block of the ankle. Essentials Indications: surgery of the foot and toes Two deep nerves: posterior tibial, deep peroneal Three superficial nerves: superficial peroneal, sural, saphenous Local anesthetic: 5-6 mL per nerve General…

Femoral Nerve Block

Lower Extermity

Figure 1: Needle insertion for femoral nerve block. Essentials Indications: surgery of the anterior thigh and knee surgery Landmarks: femoral (inguinal) crease, femoral artery pulse Nerve stimulation: twitch of the patella (quadriceps) at 0.2-0.5 mA Local anesthetic: 15-20 mL Figure…

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…

Obturator Nerve Block

Lower Extermity

Obturator nerve block is used to treat hip joint pain and in the relief of adductor muscle spasm associated with hemi-or paraplegia. Muscle spasticity is relatively common problem among patients suffering from central neurological problems such as cerebrovascular pathology, medullar injuries, multiple sclerosis, infantile cerebral palsy, etc.

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