(Loco)Regionale Technieken

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Oral and Maxillofacial Regional Anesthesia

Oral surgical and dental procedures are routinely performed in an outpatient setting. Regional anesthesia is the most common method to anesthetize the patient prior to office based procedures. Many techniques can be employed to achieve anesthesia of the dentition and surrounding hard and soft tissues of the maxilla and mandible. The type of procedure to be performed as well as the location of the procedure will determine the technique of anesthesia to be used. Orofacial anesthetic techniques can be classified into three main categories: local infiltration, field block, and nerve block.
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Regional & Topical Anesthesia for Endotracheal Intubation

Expertise with regional anesthesia of the airway allows intubation in awake patients with suspected difficult intubation, upper airway trauma, or cervical spine fractures. Therefore, it is essential that every regional anesthesiologist be skilled in the administration of general anesthesia and especially in the management of the difficult airway. ..
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Regional & Topical Anesthesia for Endotracheal Intubation

Introduction Relevant Anatomy Techniques for Anesthetizing the Airway Preparation for Awake Intubation Topical Anesthesia of the Nose, Mouth, Tongue, & ...
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