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NYSORA’s Compendium of Regional Anesthesia is NYSORA’s most comprehensive, and practical curriculum on Regional Anesthesia from A to Z, featuring NYSORA’s Premium content. As opposed to textbooks and e-books, the Compendium is continuously updated and features NYSORA’s newest videos, animations, and visual content. The Compendium is subscription-based.
The Compendium is one of several gold-standard educational courses on NYSORA’s Learning System (the NYSORA LMS), and registration to NYSORALMS.com is free. The FULL access to the Compendium, however, is based on an annual subscription, as it requires an army of illustrators, video editors, and an educational team to continue making it the BEST tool for education on everything regional anesthesia. While you can think of the compendium as an ebook on steroids, a quick test drive will give you a real-time feel of how incredible the Compendium really is. Your subscription will transform the way you read about regional anesthesia:
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Think of the Compendium of Regional Anesthesia as a comprehensive guidebook on everything regional anesthesia from A to Z, including spinal, epidural, nerve blocks, ultrasound, perioperative management, ERAS protocols, and more.
NYSORA’s Nerve Blocks Manual is, as the name implies, a highly practical collection of detailed nerve block techniques, richly illustrated in a blend of art and medicine.
NYSORA’s Nerve Blocks app is NYSORA’s micro-learning refresher for clinical practice. Think of it as NYSORA’s skinny version, made for use at point of care.
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I want to refresh my undestanding of Regiona Anesthesia
I recently started USS guided axillary brachial plexus block at my centre. I administered a block using bupivacaine and lidocaine mixture, but had 2 sedate the patient with ketoprof due to the slow onset of action of more than 30 minutes. I’m concerned, how can i improve my skills?
Looking at the sonoanthomy of the plexus brachilais we see it as hypoechoic, while observing other regions (e.g. the axillary region the popliteal region) the nerves are hyperechoic. Is it because of a good blood supply to the brachial plexus or am I on the wrong track?