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Failed Spinal Anesthesia Explained #2

All of us have experienced this: The patient was slim, had a straight back and the entire spinal anesthesia procedure was straightforward. It took only one attempt to get into ...

Failed Spinal Anesthesia Explained by Dr. Hadzic

Spinal anesthesia (SA) is frequently used in anesthesia procedures. Spinal anesthesia is typically highly successful, however, failure can occur in 1%-17% of cases (Fuzier R. Spinal Anesthesia Failure, RAPM 2011). Many ...

Erector Spinae Block (ESB) EXPLAINED

Erector Spinae Block (ESP) is one of the several new ultrasound-guided local anesthetic infiltration techniques. ESPB was primarily proposed for treatment of the postoperative pain of the thoracoabdominal region. However, ...

NYSORA’s Popular Boutique Workshops are back!

While observing the COVID-19 measures and in a socially-distanced setting, our team immensely enjoyed teaching delegates at the NYSORA’s fabled Boutique Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Workshop this past weekend in ...