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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 ...

Difficult Spinal: Troubleshooting

Spinal anesthesia is an essential procedure skill for anesthesia practitioners. The technique is featured in all anesthesia textbooks, and it is sufficiently simple so that even “occasional regionalists” use it ...

Supraclavicular Block Explained by Dr. Hadzic

Experienced practitioners of regional anesthesia sometimes call this block “spinal anesthesia for the upper extremity”, a pragmatic testimony to how complete anesthesia results from the supraclavicular block. However, the densely ...

1. Third Occipital Nerve and Cervical Medial Branch Nerve Block
2. Cervical Zygapophyseal (Facet) Intra-Articular Injection
3. Cervical Nerve Root Block
4. Thoracic Paravertebral Block
5. Lumbar Facet Nerve Block and Intra-articular injection
6. Lumbar Nerve Root (Periradicular) Injections
7. Central Neuraxial Blocks
8. Caudal Epidural Injections
9. Sacroiliac Joint Injection
10. Transversus Abdominis Plane (TAP) Block
11. Celiac Plexus Block and Neurolysis
12. Ilioinguinal, Iliohypogastric, and Genitofemoral Nerve Blockade
13. Piriformis Muscle Injection
14. Pudendal Nerve Blockade
15. Ganglion Impar Injection
16. Superficial Trigeminal Nerve Blocks
17. Greater Occipital Nerve Block
18. Cervical Sympathetic Block
19. Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve Block
20. Suprascapular Nerve Block
21. Intercostal Nerve Block
22. Subacromial/Subdeltoid Bursa Injections
23. Biceps Tendon Sheath (Biceps – Long Head) Injections
24. Acromioclavicular Joint Injections
25. Glenohumeral Joint Injections
26. Subscapularis Tendon/Subscapularis Bursa Injections
27. Sternoclavicular Joint Injections
28. Carpal Tunnel Injections
29. Trigger Finger Injections
30. Wrist Injections
31. Injections for Tendon Dysfunction
32. Elbow Injections
33. Intra-articular Hip Injections
34. Knee Injections
36. Atlanto-Axial and Atlanto-Occipital Joint Injections
37. Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
38. Occipital Stimulation
39. Groin Stimulation
40. Cervical Diskography and Intradiskal Procedures