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 packed neural elements at this location and the abundance of vascular structures require caution and a methodical approach.

In the video below, Dr. Hadzic explains the standardized NYSORA’s block technique in 3 steps. Using the NYSORA’s proprietary Reverse Ultrasound Anatomy© animation Dr. Hadzic teaches how to learn sono-anatomy patterns which are the foundation of ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia.



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