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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
Interventional Procedures for Trigeminal Neuralgia Dr. Edmond Chung Pain Team QEH.
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INGUINAL HERNIA REPAIR: OPEN vs TEP APPROACHES Prof Dr Orhan Alimoğlu Department of General Surgery Istanbul Medeniyet University.
The EMT will: Correctly maintain a continuous IV/IO infusion at the ordered rate Describe & demonstrate equipment needed, techniques utilized, precautions.
Head, Neck, and Brain Superior Vena Cava Brachiocephalic v. (R/L) Left and right brachiocephalic veins flow into the superior vena cava.
Chapter 18: The Foot © 2011 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved.
1 The Human Body: An Orientation Part B. Anatomical Position Body erect, feet slightly apart, palms facing forward, thumbs point away from body Figure.
Anatomy – study of the structure and shape of the body and its parts Physiology – study of how the body and its parts work or function Gross Anatomy Large.
Body sections are divided by planes. Body Sections 1.Sagittal Plane 1.lengthwise (head-to-toe) 2.divides body into left and right sections 3.Median –
PowerPoint ® Lecture Slide Presentation by Patty Bostwick-Taylor, Florence-Darlington Technical College Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing.
BASIC REGISTRATION PROCEDURES Surgical concepts and slating.
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Limmer et al., Emergency Care, 10 th Edition © 2005 by Pearson Education, Inc. Upper Saddle River, NJ CHAPTER 29 Injuries to the Head and Spine.
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