[The major nerve trunks are not the primary action site of intravenous regional anesthesia].

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In a patient suffering from a deep penetrating wound of the left forearm and radial nerve injury, the administration of intravenous regional anesthesia (IVRA) was followed by prompt analgesia of the whole arm while intense pain could still be elicited by stimulating radial nerve stump. Complete radial nerve block was present 10 min later confirming that… (More)

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@article{Saitto1993TheMN, title={[The major nerve trunks are not the primary action site of intravenous regional anesthesia].}, author={Carlo Saitto and Geroldi Cristina}, journal={Minerva anestesiologica}, year={1993}, volume={59 1-2}, pages={39-40} }