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Central venous pressure (CVP) monitor. ing is a useful tool in the anesthetic management of the seriously ill patient for both emergency and elective procedures. A working knowledge of anatomy, various techniques, and the proper indication for CVP must be foremost in the anesthetist's mind. There are a number of techniques used in the placement of the CVP(More)
Regional/perfusion analgesia involves the injection of a local analgesic solution into the vein of a limb which has been made ischemic by a tourniquet. Such analgesia is most useful for operations on the arms but can be used in the leg. The following is a review of this method of analgesia, including a general review of local analgesic drug effects and(More)
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