Designed with anesthesiologists' input, the ON-Q* QuikBloc* system can help clinicians improve the reliability of catheter placement for continuous nerve block
procedures, and may save time by reducing the number of steps," said Roger Massengale, general manager, acute pain, Halyard Health.
As per local standard practice, patients reporting pain in the shoulder in the postanesthesia care unit were evaluated by a physician and could receive a supplemental superficial cervical plexus nerve block
A pre-emptive multimodal pathway featuring peripheral nerve block
improves perioperative outcomes after major orthopedic surgery.
All patients (18-45 years old) that required inferior alveolar nerve block
for wisdom tooth removal were included in the study.
5) Okuda et al reported sudden unconsciousness following lesser occipital nerve block
in a patient with a bony defect.
High volume local infiltration analgesia compared to peripheral nerve block
for hip and knee arthroplasty--what is the evidence?
Alternatively, and more commonly, a variation of this technique (called the 3-in-1 block) may be combined with the sciatic nerve block
for anesthetizing almost the entire limb distal to the mid-thigh (Table 3).
Efficacy of continuous extrapleural intercostal nerve block
on post-thoracotomy pain and pulmonary mechanics.
Neuros Medical is currently conducting a pilot clinical study to evaluate the Company's patented high frequency Electrical Nerve Block
technology for use in acute treatment of pain in the residual limb of amputees.
CHICAGO, April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine Meeting (ASRA) (Booth #101) - I-Flow, LLC, a Kimberly-Clark Health Care Company and manufacturer of the ON-Q Pain Relief System(ON-Q), today announced the addition of premium echogenic stimulating Tuohy needles to its ON-Q T-bloc trays, providing additional guidance capabilities for peripheral nerve block
Additionally, we present data regarding our three patients' demographics, diagnoses and quality of analgesia obtained with the nerve block
placement expressed as pain scores and as use of systemic opioid (morphine equivalent, mg/kg/day) in Table 1.
Ilioinguinal-iliohypogastric nerve block
has rarely been used as an anesthetic technique for hernia repair in adult patients, although it is a popular choice in infants and children in many operation centers.