Radhashyam Paria

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s: Deeply seated obturator nerve does not get easily blocked by conventional technique. The lumbosacral triangle on the lateral sides of 5 th lumbar vertebra is crossed by obturator nerve, lumbosacral trunk (L4, 5) and sympathetic trunk. The femoral nerve is separated from this triangle by psoas major muscle. Deposition of local anaesthetic in this triangle(More)
s: Background And Objectives: The geriatric patients with limited reserved organs are very prone to develop cardiovascular instability during surgical procedures. Various anaesthetic techniques are advocated for the above purpose. Spinal anaesthesia is one of them and very useful in lower limb surgeries although it is frequently complicated with hemodynamic(More)
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