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Supraclavicular Regional Anaesthesia Revisited

@inproceedings{Cornish2015SupraclavicularRA,
  title={Supraclavicular Regional Anaesthesia Revisited},
  author={P. Cornish},
  year={2015}
}
ii Preface and Acknowledgments v Summary of Chapters ix List of Tables xii List of Figures xiii CHAPTER 1: Let’s Start at the Very Beginning ............................................ 1 1.1 An introduction to the anatomy of the sensory innervation of the upper extremity ............................................................... 2 1.2 Why has supraclavicular block been so favoured, and yet so… Expand
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Reply to Dr Cornish
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Given the number of publications and the references to such in the literature, I am at a loss to understand why such a body of work would be absent from their references and would be grateful if you could help me understand why this should be the case. Expand
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A Novel Supraclavicular Approach to Brachial Plexus Block
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The novel supraclavicular approach to the brachial plexus was easy to master because of a very simple surface landmark, i.e., the triangle formed by the sternocleidomastoid heads, which were visible and palpable in most patients studied. Expand
Interscalene brachial plexus blocks and phrenic nerve palsy.
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The editorial stated that the diaphragmatic paralysis was “clearly due to phrenic nerve damage after interscalene brachial plexus block” and this assertion is open to question and not supported by the data presented by Kaufman et al. Expand
First rib palpation: a safer, easier technique for supraclavicular brachial plexus block.
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A simple technique utilizing palpation of the first rib is described to improve the ease of supraclavicular brachial plexus block, which also should decrease the potential of lung injury. Expand
[Interscalene brachial plexus block for shoulder surgery].
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Single injection interscalene brachial plexus block is a reliable anesthetic and effective method of providing postoperative pain relief after shoulder surgery. Expand
Supraclavicular Block-New Perspectives
  • P. Cornish
  • Medicine
  • Regional Anesthesia & Pain Medicine
  • 2009
The short-needle technique in brachial plexus block
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It is pointed out that practical training in brachial plexus block anaesthesia is greatly facilitated by the short-needle technique, and the results in 82 eases are analysed. Expand
Respiratory effects of low-dose bupivacaine interscalene block.
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It is concluded that ISBP block using 10 ml of 0.25% bupivacaine provided upper limb anaesthesia to pinprick in C5-6 dermatomes with only occasional interference with respiratory function. Expand
SUPRACLAVICULAR ANESTHETIZATION OF THE BRACHIAL PLEXUS: A CASE OF COLLAPSE FOLLOWING ITS ADMINISTRATION
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It is permissible to describe the technic of Kulenkampff's method, some modifications, and the results obtained, before detailing a case of collapse following its administration. Expand
Extraneural versus Intraneural Stimulation Thresholds during Ultrasound-guided Supraclavicular Block
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The authors determined the minimally required stimulation threshold to elicit a motor response outside and inside the most superficial part of the brachial plexus during high-resolution, ultrasound-guided, supraclavicular block. Expand
Indirect versus direct measurement of brachial plexus depth.
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In 17 patients undergoing surgical relief of thoracic outlet syndrome, a point on the skin midway between the clavicle and the trapezius muscle was designated to make preoperative height measurements relative to the clAVicle and then intraoperative depth measurements of the plexus, artery, and pleura to conclude that it is possible to accurately estimate the depth of the brachial plexi in the supraclavicular fossa. Expand
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