Continuous bilateral TAP block in patient with prior abdominal surgery.

@article{Lima2013ContinuousBT,
  title={Continuous bilateral TAP block in patient with prior abdominal surgery.},
  author={Isabel Flor de Lima and Filipe Linda and {\^A}ngela Am{\^a}ncio dos Santos and Neusa Lages and Carlos Correia},
  journal={Brazilian journal of anesthesiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={63 5},
  pages={
          422-5
        }
}
We present as an option for epidural analgesia and intravenous opioid infusion a clinical case of transversus abdominis plane (TAP) block, with bilateral placement of catheter for postoperative analgesia after exploratory laparotomy performed in a patient with previous abdominal surgery and heart, kidney and liver failure. 

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