Atlas of interventional pain management by Steven D. Waldman MD JD

By Steven D. Waldman MD JD

This atlas, a better half to the preferred INTERVENTIONAL discomfort administration, presents step by step full-color illustrations demonstrating interventional discomfort administration strategies. Over two hundred computer-generated figures supply a vibrant and colourful approach to view soreness administration tools in a virtually 3D strategy. The textual content bargains concise details on anatomy, symptoms, procedure, and problems in an easy, bulleted layout.

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Sternocleidomastoid Figure 6-3 m. 22 - S e c t ion The lesser occipital nerve and a number of superficial branches of the greater occipital nerve are then blocked by directing the needle laterally and slightly inferiorly. After gentle aspiration, an additional 3 to 4 mL of solution is injected (see Fig. 6-3). - SIDE EFFECTSAND COMPLICATIONS The scalp is highly vascular, and this coupled with the fact that both nerves are in close proximity to arteries means that the pain specialist should carefully calculate the total milligram dosage of local anesthetic that may be safely given, especially if bilateral nerve blocks are being performed.

Three to 5 mL of solution is injected as the needle is slowly advanced. CPT only @ 1997 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. C hat e r 1 5: Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block Mandibular foramen Figure 15-1 55 56 S e c t ion - SIDE EFFECTSAND COMPLICATIONS The face is highly vascular, and the pain specialist should carefully calculate the total milligram dosage of local anesthetic that may be safely given, especially if bilateral nerve blocks are being performed. This vascularity gives rise to an increased incidence of post-block ecchymosis and hematoma formation.

CPT only © 1997 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. C hap t e r 1 3: Mental Nerve Block: Extraoral Approach Sensory distribution of mental nerve Figure 13-1 Mental foramen Figure 13-2 49 50 S e c t ion 1: HEAD - SIDE EFFECTSAND COMPLICATIONS The face is highly vascular, and the pain specialist should carefully calculate the total milligram dosage of local anesthetic that may be safely given, especially if bilateral nerve blocks are being performed. This vascularity gives rise to an increased incidence of post-block ecchymosis and hematoma formation.

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