B Bassoul

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Sciatic nerve blocks were seldom used until recently. They apply to most surgical procedures on the lower limb and are often combined with a "3 in 1" block. However they can be used alone for foot surgery or postoperative analgesia. Nerve stimulators make their realization easier and more reliable. Sciatic nerve block can be obtained by different(More)
Surgical rehabilitation of the upper limb in quadriplegia aims to restore prehension function. Surgical restoration always involves active extension of both elbow and wrist. Anesthesia, which first aim is to allow adequate surgical conditions, must adapt to the patient's disability. In this particular setting, regional anesthesia and especially brachial(More)
Medial canthus episclera (sub-Tenon's) anaesthesia is a technique proposed as a suitable alternative to the more classical peribulbar block because of the greater reliability and more constancy in effectiveness. We report two cases of retrobulbar haematoma after sub-Tenon's anaesthesia, one with central retina artery compression needed anterior room(More)
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