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Current evidence of ultrasound-guided fascial plane blocks for cardiac surgery: a narrative literature review

Hong B, Oh C, Jo Y, Lee S, Park S, Kim YH

Fascial plane blocks are useful for multimodal analgesia after cardiac surgery since they can provide effective analgesia without the serious risks associated with conventional techniques such as neuraxial hematoma and...
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Feasibility and efficacy of erector spinae plane block versus transversus abdominis plane block in laparoscopic bariatric surgery: a randomized comparative trial

Elshazly M, EL-Halafawy YM, Mohamed DZ, Wahab KAE, Mohamed TMK

Background: Overweight and obesity are growing public health concerns worldwide. Bariatric surgery is a modality of weight reduction; however, postoperative pain can increase the length of hospital stay, with all...
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Serratus anterior plane block with ultrasound-guided hydrodissection for lateral thoracic pain caused by long thoracic nerve neuropathy – A case report -

Kim M, Goh D, Cho S, Noh Y, Hwang B

Background: Long thoracic nerve (LTN) neuropathy occasionally occurs in young people who engage in various sports. It may have a traumatic or non-traumatic etiology. The landmark manifestation of LTN neuropathy...
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Predictive factors associated with successful response to utrasound guided genicular radiofrequency ablation

Kose SG, Kose HC, Celikel F, Akkaya OT

Background: Ultrasound-guided genicular nerve radiofrequency (RF) procedures are of interest in the management of chronic knee pain. A wide variety of demographic, clinical, and procedural characteristics can affect treatment success....
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“Diffusion of innovations”: a feasibility study on the pericapsular nerve group block in the emergency department for hip fractures

Ramachandran A, Montenegro M, Singh M, Dixon T, Kayani W, Liang T, Yu N, Reddy S, Liveris A, Manyapu M, McEwan AA, Nguyen VT, Sonenthal NV, Corbo J, Friedman BW, Sperling J, Jones MP, Halperin M

Objective Hip fractures are associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve blocks are a safe method to manage pain and decrease opioid usage. The pericapsular nerve group (PENG)...
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Nerve Block for Upper Extremity Surgery

An KY

Surgery using a nerve block began in the 19th   century. Since then, various anesthesia and block methods have been developed for upperextremity surgery. Many tools and techniques are being...
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Anatomical classification and clinical application of thoracic paraspinal blocks

Kim SH

Various techniques for regional anesthesia and analgesia of the thorax are currently being used in clinical practice. A recent international consensus has anatomically classified paraspinal blocks in the thoracic spinal...
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Ultrasound-guided erector spinae plane block for pain management after gastrectomy: a randomized, single-blinded, controlled trial

Jeong H, Choi JW, Sim WS, Kim DK, Bang YJ, Park S, Yeo H, Kim H

Background: Open gastrectomy causes severe postoperative pain. Therefore, we investigated the opioid-sparing effect of the ultrasound-guided bilateral erector spinae plane block (ESPB) after open gastrectomy. Methods: Adult patients undergoing open gastrectomy...
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Two-level bilateral ultrasound-guided erector spinae plane block for kyphosis corrective surgery - A case report -

Sinha C, Kumar A, Kumar A, Kumari P, Agrawal P, SK A

Background: Ultrasound-guided erector spinae plane (ESP) block has been used to provide lumbar analgesia. The craniocaudal spread of local anesthetic in this block can be unpredictable in patients with kyphosis...
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Anatomical variation of median nerve: cadaveric study in brachial plexus

Ghosh B, Alam Dilkash MN, Prasad S, Sinha SK

Median nerve is formed by lateral root from lateral cord and medial root from medial cord of brachial plexus. Formation of median nerve occur in front or lateral to axillary artery...
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Ultrasound Guided Nerve Block for the Postoperative Pain Management

Song JH, Ko KP, Kim DY

Postoperative pain is one of the most common reasons for delayed discharge and can impede the recovery of joint motion and rehabilitation. Recently, an ultrasound-guided nerve block was shown to...
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Effect of Stellate Ganglion Block in Patients with Ventricular Electrical Storm: A Case Report

Kwon HR, Kim NE, Lee J, Kim BG, Shinn HK

If cardiac sympathetic activity increases after myocardial injury, a ventricular electrical storm (VES) may occur. The stellate ganglion block is a minimally invasive technique performed to control VES through temporary...
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Serratus anterior plane block as a bridge to outpatient management of severe rib fractures: a case report

Lee JB, Nelson A, Lahham S

Rib fractures account for a significant number of emergency department visits each year. A patient’s disposition often depends on the severity of rib fractures, comorbidities, and ability to achieve adequate...
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Programmed-release intraosseus anesthesia as an alternative to lower alveolar nerve block in lower third molar extraction: a randomized clinical trial

Pol R, Ruggiero T, Bezzi M, Camisassa D, Carossa S

Background: Intraosseous anesthesia is the process by which an anesthetic solution, after penetration of the cortical bone, is directly injected into the spongiosa of the alveolar bone supporting the tooth....
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Role of suprascapular nerve block in idiopathic frozen shoulder treatment: a clinical trial survey

Mardani-Kivi M, Nabi BN, Mousavi MH, Shirangi A, Leili EK, Ghadim-Limudahi ZH

Background: Several therapeutic methods have been proposed for frozen shoulder syndrome. These include suprascapular nerve block, a simple and cost-effective technique that eliminates the need for nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug therapy. Methods:...
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Efficacy of perineural versus intravenous dexamethasone in prolonging the duration of analgesia when administered with peripheral nerve blocks: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Tan ESJ, Tan YR, Liu CWY

Background: Perineural dexamethasone has been regarded as a promising adjunct for prolonging the duration of nerve blocks. However, it is uncertain whether its effects are due to local effects on...
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Regional analgesia techniques for video-assisted thoracic surgery: a frequentist network meta-analysis

Jo Y, Park S, Oh C, Pak Y, Jeong K, Yun S, Noh C, Chung W, Kim YH, Ko YK, Hong B

Background: Various regional analgesia techniques are used to reduce postoperative pain in patients undergoing video-assisted thoracic surgery (VATS). This study aimed to determine the relative efficacy of regional analgesic interventions...
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Effects of Local Anesthetics With or Without Steroids in High-Volume Transforaminal Epidural Blocks for Lumbar Disc Herniation: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Controlled Trial

Chae JS, Kim Wj, Choi SH

Background: Lumbar transforaminal epidural block (TFEB) is an effective treatment modality for radicular pain due to lumbar disc herniation (LDH). The addition of steroids is more effective than local anesthetic...
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Splanchnic nerve neurolysis via the transdiscal approach under fluoroscopic guidance: a retrospective study

Cai Z, Zhou X, Wang M, Kang J, Zhang M, Zhou H

Background: Neurolytic celiac plexus block (NCPB) is a typical treatment for severe epigastric cancer pain, but the therapeutic effect is often affected by the variation of local anatomical structures induced...
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Adductor canal block versus intra-articular steroid and lidocaine injection for knee osteoarthritis: a randomized controlled study

Ming LH, Chin CS, Yang CT, Suhaimi A

Background: This study aimed to assess the efficacy of the adductor canal block (ACB) in comparison to intra-articular steroid-lidocaine injection (IASLI) to control chronic knee osteoarthritis (KOA) pain. Methods: A randomized,...
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