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Regional Anesthesia Bucky Boaz, ARNP-C
Indications Distortion from local infiltration Large area Most efficacious Extensive manipulation
Preparation Instructions Equipment Choice of anesthetic Positioning the patient Preparation of area to be blocked Choosing the nerves to block
Locating the Nerve Landmarks Nerve stimulator Paresthesia
Injecting the Anesthesia No vessel or nerve bundle Onset and duration Amount Failure
Complications and Precautions Nerve injury Intravascular injection Hematoma Infection Limb injury
Nerve Blocks at the Wrist
Median nerve –Anatomy –Technique
Nerve Blocks at the Wrist Median nerve –Anatomy –Technique Radial nerve –Anatomy –Technique
Nerve Blocks at the Wrist Median nerve –Anatomy –Technique Radial nerve –Anatomy –Technique Ulnar nerve –Anatomy –Technique
Nerve Blocks of the Digits
Nerve Blocks of the Digits Anatomy Technique –Dorsal approach
Nerve Blocks of the Digits Anatomy Technique –Dorsal approach –Ring block
Nerve Blocks of the Digits Anatomy Technique –Dorsal approach –Ring block –Palm approach
Nerve Blocks of the Digits Anatomy Technique –Dorsal approach –Ring block –Palm approach –Web space approach
Nerve Blocks of the Digits Complications Precautions
Nerve Blocks of the Lower Extremity
Ankle Metatarsals Toes
Nerve Blocks of the Ankle
Nerve Blocks of the Ankle
Anatomy Technique –Posterior tibial
Nerve Blocks of the Ankle Anatomy Technique –Posterior tibial –Sural nerve
Nerve Blocks of the Metatarsals and Toes Anatomy
Nerve Blocks of the Metatarsals and Toes Anatomy Technique –Metatarsals –Interdigital web spaces –Toes
Nerve Blocks of the Metatarsals and Toes Anatomy Technique –Metatarsals –Interdigital web spaces –Toes Complications and precautions
Regional Anesthesia of the Head
Anatomy of the fifth cranial (trigeminal) nerve 1.Ophthalmic nerve 2.Maxillary nerve 3.Mandibular nerve Equiptment Precautions
Types of Blocks Topical anesthesia Supraperiosteal infiltrations Infraorbital Nerve Block Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block Mental Nerve Block Scalp Block Opthalmic (V1) Nerve Block
Infraorbital Nerve Block Anatomy Intraoral approach Extraoral approach
Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block Anatomy Approach Complications
Mental Nerve Block Anatomy Approaches
Scalp Block Anatomy Approaches
Ophthalmic (V1) Nerve Block Anatomy Approach
Nerve Blocks Steven Lanski, MD Assistant Professor Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine Emory University.
Local and Regional Anesthesia Rural Track Mark Deutchman MD Rural Track Mark Deutchman MD 1.
Techniques of Mandibular Anesthesia. Mandibular Anesthesia Mandibular Anesthesia Lower success rate than Maxillary anesthesia - approx % Related.
MAXILLARY ANESTHESIA. Techniques of Maxillary Anesthesia Local Infiltration Field Block Nerve Block.
1. Injection of an anesthetic solution into or immediately surrounding the axillary sheath interrupts conduction of impulses of peripheral nerves. The.
NERVES HEAD, FACE & NECK. Fifth cranial,trifacial, trigeminal nerve Largest of cranial nerves; chief sensory nerve of the face and motor nerve of muscles.
Nerves in Dentistry and Anesthetic. Trigeminal Nerve Trigeminal Nerve Ophthalmic Division LachrymalFrontalNasociliary Maxillary Division Outer nerve loop.
بســم اللَـــه الرحمــن الرحيـــم. Prof.Dr.Ragab Shaaban.
ANKLE BLOCK Developing Countries Regional Anesthesia Lecture Series Daniel D. Moos CRNA, Ed.D. U.S.A. Lecture 15 Soli.
SPECIAL TECHNIQUES. Indication For Special Technique InfectionPathologyTrismusTrauma.
Techniques of Mandibular Anesthesia Faisal A. Quereshy, M.D., D.D.S., F.A.C.S. Assistant Professor / Residency Director Case Western Reserve University.
Lesson V: Nerves Why is it important to learn about the nerves of the mouth? How many pairs of cranial nerves are there? 12 ; all originate from undersurface.
Regional Nerve Blocks Josh Major Anesthesia Clerkship.
Clinical Anatomy. Buccal Nerve Block Anterior branch of Mandibular nerve (V3) Provides buccal soft tissue anesthesia adjacent to mandibular molars and.
Ankle block Dr. S. Parthasarathy MD., DA., DNB, MD (Acu), Dip. Diab. DCA, Dip. Software statistics PhD (physio) Mahatma Gandhi Medical college and research.
ORTHO CURRICULUM Procedures: Arthrocentesis. Indications Diagnosis of joint disease by synovial fluid analysis (gout, septic arthritis) Local instillation.
Chapter 6 Nervous System. Exceptionally well-organized system Responsible for coordinating all the many activates performed, both inside and outside,
Interventional Procedures for Trigeminal Neuralgia Dr. Edmond Chung Pain Team QEH.
Local Complications in Anesthesia Administration.
Anesthetic and Therapeutic Injections of the Foot and Ankle Workshop Jack W. Hutter DPM, C.ped, FACFAS.
INFERIOR ALVEOLAR INJECTION DHYG 149 PAIN CONTROL Local Anesthesia.
Anatomy Review. Main Structures Involved: Facial Bones of the Skull: -Maxilla, Mandible, and Palatine bones Cranial Nerve VTrigeminal nerve: V2-Maxillary.
PALATAL ANESTHESIA. Greater Palatine Nerve Block Anterior Palatine Nerve Posterior portion of hard palate and overlying soft tissues Posterior portion.
Injuries to Hands & Feet. Overview Intro Hand Foot.
Axillary Artery Brachial Artery Radial Artery Ulnar Artery branch of Anterior Interosseous artery Superficial Palmar Arch.
© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Blood Vessels Study Guide.
The Spinal Cord and Spinal Nerves Chapter 12. THE SPINAL CORD.
Nervous System Anatomy: Neuron Neuron Soma Dendrites Axon Axolemma Axoplasm Axon Terminal Synaptic End Bulb Axon Hillock Trigger Zone.
Lower Extremity and Trunk Ultrasound Guided Blocks Andrew Biegner CRNA, FAAPM Anesthesia Staffing Consultants Hillsdale Community Health Center Hillsdale,
DENTAL GROSS ANATOMY CASE 4.2 (POSTERIOR SUPERIOR ALVEOLAR NERVE BLOCK)
Blood Flow of Upper and Lower Extremities Arteries and Veins of Upper and Lower Extremities.
Periodontal Ligament Injection Indications Anesthesia for 1-2 teeth Anesthesia for 1-2 teeth Bilateral mandibular treatment needed Bilateral mandibular.
Mod 3 Regional anesthesia Types 1- Spinal anesthesia 2- Nerve block A- Subarachonoid A- Supraorbital N.B. A- Subarachonoid A- Supraorbital N.B. B- Epidural.
Lower Extremity blocks. Lumbar Plexus The lumbar plexus consists of five nerves on each side, the first of which emerges between the first and second.
The regional anatomy of head. CHAPTER 1 THE HEAD SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION Ⅰ. Boundaries : lower border of mandible —the angle of mandible —the mastoid process.
V1 – OPHTHALMIC - Sup. Orbital fissure – GSA V2 - MAXILLARY - Foramen rotundum – GSA V3 – MANDIBULAR - - Foramen ovale – GSA & SVE TRIGEMINAL NERVE - V.
Vessels and nerves of the face: Part of the head and neck file. Dr. Samsam Pictures from: Platzer atlas and textbook of human anatomy.
DENTAL GROSS ANATOMY CASE 4.1 (INFERIOR ALVEOLAR NERVE BLOCK)
INNERVATION NERVES OF THE UPPER AND LOWER EXTREMITIES.
Dr.D.KANNAN. D.A., D.N.B., Consultant Anaesthesiologist, Meenakshi Mission Hospital And Research Centre, Madurai.
1 DA 115 Oral Anatomy Nerves of the Face and Neck.
Chapter 32: Mentoplasty & Facial Implants Sameer Ahmed 11/14/2012.
FACIAL BLOCKS N NDEBELE 28 JAN ANATOMY OF THE TRIGEMINAL NERVE Is the largest of all the cranial nerves and is mixed i.e contains both sensory and.
局部解剖学（六） 手部的局部解剖与操作. 一、 手 部 的 表 面 解 剖 三条腕横纹： 腕近侧纹、腕中纹、腕远侧纹 三条肌腱隆起： 桡侧腕屈肌腱、掌长肌腱、尺侧腕屈肌腱.
Local Anesthesia and Use of Rubber Dam in Pediatric Dentistry Maha ALSARHEED.
DR. SREEKANTH THOTA DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY Lower limb Foot.
What Next? What to do if you do not achieve adequate anesthesia.
Posterior and Superior Alveolar Block By Alexia Giapisikoglou.
The Spinal Cord & Spinal Nerves Together with brain forms the CNS Functions –spinal cord reflexes –integration (summation of inhibitory and excitatory)
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