Items tagged “nerve block”

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Median nerve block (ultrasound-guided)

Median nerve block is a technique used for providing anesthesia to the median nerve territory, it may be performed at the level of the arm, elbow, forearm or the wrist. Indications fracture reductions surgical repair of fractures incision and drainage of cysts and abscesses post-operative a...
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Superior hypogastric nerve block

Superior hypogastric nerve block is a valuable tool for pain relief in the setting of uterine fibroid embolization. This procedure results in significant ischemic pain, peaking at 6-8 hours and lasting approximately 24 hours, then followed by a lesser degree of post-embolization pain which can l...
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Celiac plexus neurolysis

  Diagnosis not applicable
Michael Burns
Published 24 Jan 2022
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CT
Case

Forearm nerve anatomy (ultrasound)

  Diagnosis not applicable
David Carroll
Published 28 Mar 2022
63% complete
Ultrasound
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Supraclavicular brachial plexus block (ultrasound)

A supraclavicular brachial plexus block is indicated for establishing sensory and motor blockade of the upper extremity, including the humerus, elbow, forearm, wrist and hand.  Indications necessity to provide analgesia of the upper extremity for: abscess incision and drainage elbow dislocat...
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Greater occipital nerve block (ultrasound-guided)

A greater occipital nerve block is a diagnostic and/or therapeutic procedure in which the medial, sensory branch from the second cervical spinal nerve is targeted with local anesthesia.   Indications occipital neuralgia migraine post-dural puncture headache cluster headache Contraindicatio...