block anesthesia

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Groin flap immobilization by axillary brachial plexus block anesthesia. Tech Hand Up Extrem Surg 2008;12:68-70.
A triple-masked, randomized controlled trial comparing ultrasound-guided brachial plexus and distal peripheral nerve block anesthesia for outpatient hand surgery.
The aim of this study was to locate the IOF in relation to the infraorbital margin (IOM) and the alveolar bone process of the maxilla at the second premolar for proper injections of local anesthetics, as well as to determine the depth of needle penetration into the pterygopalatine fossa through GPC to avoid serious complications following nerve block anesthesia.
Operators experience and success rate of inferior alveolar nerve block anesthesia. PODJ.2013;33(1):137-40.
Among his topics are alpha hydroxy acids: histology and factors influencing penetration, indications and contraindications for trichloroacetic acid, treating aging skin of the hands and forearms, phenol: skin penetration and detoxification, full face phenol: nerve block anesthesia and/or sedation, and complications of chemical peels.
Comparative study between combined sciatic femoral nerve block, via a single skin injection, and spinal block anesthesia for unilateral surgery of the lower limb.
In addition, we found that popliteal block anesthesia did not decrease the length of stay in the PACU.
Numerous studies have evaluated different techniques to enhance the success rate of mandibular block anesthesia [5-9].
Whistler Health Care Center (2005-2006, Mohr (4)): a retrospective study involving 1,804 patients who received Bier block anesthesia for wrist, hand, and forearm injuries.
Paravertebral block anesthesia for inguinal hernia repair.
Paravertebral block anesthesia for breast cancer surgery was introduced at Duke University in the mid-1990s.
Suturing was performed with polyglycolic acid under topical or pudendal block anesthesia. Healing was evaluated at 2 to 3 days and at 8 weeks by clinical examination, and at 6 months by questionnaire.