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Comparision of nerve stimulator and ultrasonography as the techniques applied for brachial plexus anesthesia

Beyazit Zencirci

International Archives of Medicine 2011, 4:4  doi:10.1186/1755-7682-4-4

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US approach for all nerve blocks

Oscar Ghelber   (2011-12-16 17:48)  Cook email

US technique changed the way I do blocks. For the last 2 years I have been using only US to do the blocks and I would not dare do a block without prior visualization. I think not only the block is faster in onset and more intense but also the risk of side effects is lower. I do pediatric anesthesia and I am capable of doing a pediatric block very fast and efficient with US
Sincerely
Oscar Ghelber

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