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Hello Eric, do you have the protocol for THA and also TKA? Despite im sure, im in correst place and spread look good for me, analgesic efect is very unstable.
We turn back to lumbal continual epidural for improove the analgesic efect after TKA.
In THA we do sficb 40ml 0,25% Bupi and sab, 10mg 0,5% Marcain spinal, but analgesic efect after the sab vanished is aprox 6-8 hours, and after that they need to have continual morphin infusion. 2x NSAID infusion doesnt help. Dont know what were doing wrong. Thanks
“You can not perform regional anesthesia, because that is the reason for the increased infection rate”!
This is the attitude of orthopedic surgeons one of the eminent hospital in Belgrade, Serbia who do not allow anesthesiologists to apply their RA skills, which are primarily for the benefit of the patients.
This is totally incorrect statement, an absolute nonsense coming from those who are obviously limited in their comfort zones and are therefore holding others back from improving their knowledge.
The frequency of infection after regional anesthesia techniques is less than 1%!
Based on my personal experience and the experience of my colleagues who perform regional anesthesia every day, I can say that so far we haven’t had a single case of infection caused by regional anesthesia.
My question for the professional public would be: How to deal with wrong attitudes and allow anesthesiologists to improve, learn and take responsibility for their work completely independently?
I have to add also that I am very grateful to the surgeons at my clinic who, above all, are open-minded, educated, keep up with science and innovations in medicine, and work with us as an excellent team.
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