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Nerve Stimulator Techniques

 

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Lumbar Plexus Block

The lumbar plexus block is an advanced nerve block technique. The block has significant clinical applicability and because of this, it is used commonly in our practice. However, this block has a relatively higher potential for complications and should be practiced only after appropriate training. Due to the placement of the needle in the deep muscle beds, the potential for systemic toxicity is greater than in many other techniques.
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Sciatic Nerve Block (Anterior Approach)

The anterior approach to a sciatic block is an advanced nerve block technique. The block is well suited for surgery on the leg below the knee, particularly on the ankle and foot. It provides complete anesthesia of the leg below the knee with the exception of the medial strip of skin, which is innervated by the saphenous nerve. ...
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Continuous Femoral Nerve Block

Femoral nerve block is a basic nerve block technique that is easy to master, carries a low risk of complications and has a significant clinical applicability for surgical anesthesia and postoperative pain management....
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Femoral Nerve Block

A femoral nerve block is a basic nerve block technique that is easy to master, carries a low risk of complications, and has a significant clinical applicability for surgical anesthesia and post-operative pain management....
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Continuous Lumbar Plexus Block

Continuous lumbar plexus blockade is an advanced regional anesthesia technique and adequate experience with the single-shot technique is a prerequisite to ensure its efficacy and safety....
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Axillary Brachial Plexus Block

The axillary brachial plexus block was first described by Halstead in New York City at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center in 1884. The axillary brachial plexus block is a basic nerve block technique, and one of the most commonly practiced blocks by anesthesiologists in the United States. An axillary block is an excellent choice for forearm and hand surgery....
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Sciatic Nerve Block: Posterior Approach

The posterior approach to sciatic blockade has wide clinical applicability for surgery and pain management of the lower extremity. Consequently, sciatic block is one of the most commonly used techniques in our practice....
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Interscalene Brachial Plexus Block

An interscalene brachial plexus block relies on dispersion of the larger volume of local anesthetic within the interscalene groove to accomplish blockade of the brachial plexus. In our practice, we approach this block closer to the clavicle, rather than a commonly described approach at the level of the cricoid cartilage. ...
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Supraclavicular Brachial Plexus Block

The supraclavicular block is one of several techniques used to accomplish anesthesia of the brachial plexus. The block is performed at the level of the brachial plexus trunks where the almost entire sensory, motor and sympathetic innervation of the upper extremity is carried in just three nerve structures confined to a very small surface area....
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Infraclavicular Brachial Plexus Nerve Block

The infraclavicular block is a blockade of the brachial plexus below the level of the clavicle and in the proximity of the coracoid process. ...
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Intercostal Nerve Block

The intercostal nerves (ICNs) supply the major parts of the skin and musculature of the chest and abdominal wall. The block of these nerves was first described by Braun in 1907, in the textbook Die Lokalanästesie....
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Deep Cervical Plexus Block

A deep cervical plexus block is essentially a paravertebral block of the C2, C3, and C4 spinal nerves as they emerge from the foramina of the respective vertebrae. Blockade of the deep cervical plexus also results in the blockade of the superficial cervical plexus....
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Superficial Cervical Plexus Block

The superficial cervical plexus supplies innervation to the skin of the anterolateral neck through anterior primary rami of C2 through C4....
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Sciatic Nerve Block (Anterior Parafemoral Technique)

Combined with femoral or saphenous nerve block, parafemoral approach to anterior sciatic block can be used for surgery on the foot, lower leg, knee or distal thigh. This block also provides a better Tourniquet pain relief than does the classical approach....
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Obturator Nerve Block

Obturator nerve block is used to treat hip joint pain and in the relief of adductor muscle spasm associated with hemi-or paraplegia. Muscle spasticity is relatively common problem among patients suffering from central neurological problems such as cerebrovascular pathology, medullar injuries, multiple sclerosis, infantile cerebral palsy, etc. ...
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Popliteal Block: Lateral Approach

The lateral approach to popliteal blockade is a block of the sciatic nerve at the level of the popliteal fossa. This is an intermediate nerve block technique and sound knowledge of the principles of nerve stimulation and anatomic characteristics of the sciatic nerve are needed for its successful implementation. This block is well-suited for surgery on the calf, Achilles tendon, ankle, and foot. It provides complete analgesia for the calf tourniquet without the need for supplementary blocks of the saphenous nerve. ...
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Popliteal Block: Intertendinous Approach

The popliteal block is a block of the sciatic nerve at the level of the popliteal fossa. The popliteal block is one of the most commonly used regional anesthesia techniques in our practice. Some common indications include corrective foot surgery, foot debridement, and Achilles tendon repair. Sound knowledge of the principles of nerve stimulation and anatomic characteristics of the sciatic nerve in the popliteal fossa are essential for its successful implementation....
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Popliteal Block: Lithotomy Approach

  Description of the Technique Figure 1. Sciatic nerve block in the popliteal fossa (also called popliteal block) is a well-suited anesthetic technique for operations below the knee. ...
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Continuous Interscalene Brachial Plexus Block

An interscalene brachial plexus block relies on dispersion of a large volume of local anesthetic within the interscalene groove to accomplish blockade of the brachial plexus....
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Continuous Infraclavicular Brachial Plexus Block

A continuous infraclavicular block is an advanced regional anesthesia technique and considerable experience with the single-shot technique is necessary for its safe and successful implementation....
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Continuous Sciatic Nerve Block: Posterior Approach

The continuous sciatic nerve block is an advanced regional anesthesia technique and experience with the single-shot technique is recommended to ensure its efficacy and safety....
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Continuous Popliteal Nerve Block: Intertendinous Approach

Continuous popliteal block is an advanced regional anesthesia technique and solid experience with the single-shot technique is recommended to ensure its efficacy....
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Continuous Popliteal Nerve Block: Lateral Approach

Continuous popliteal blockade is an advanced regional anesthesia technique and expertise with the single-shot technique is necessary to ensure its efficacy and patient comfort and safety....
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