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Regional Anesthesia

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How I Mix My Multimodal Cocktail

A dash of NSAIDs, a splash of IV acetaminophen, and a shot of regional or local anesthesia will send your patients home free of pain.

Posted 03/31/15 | Paul F. White, PhD, MD, FANZCA | 1 comment

Anesthesia Alert

Are Older Patients Getting Too Much Anesthesia?

Posted 02/04/15 | Jim Burger, Associate Editor | 1 comment

5 Products to Make Your Anesthesia More Efficient

Are your providers equipped with these helpful technologies?

Posted 02/04/15 | David Bernard, Senior Associate Editor | Post a comment

Surgeons' Lounge: Awake and Aware

Nerve Blocks on Unconscious Patients a Bad Idea

Posted 01/07/15 | Jim Burger, Associate Editor | Post a comment

Are Continuous Nerve Blocks Worth the Trouble?

The benefits of pain catheters outweigh the drawbacks.

Posted 12/02/14 | Vincent P. Kasper, Jr., MD | 2 comments

Alternative Uses for Peripheral Nerve Blocks

These innovations show regional anesthesia's not just for surgery.

Posted 10/02/14 | David Bernard, Senior Associate Editor | Post a comment

PONV Prevention

Do everything you can to have every patient feeling fine after surgery.

Posted 06/19/14 | Steven Gayer, MD | 3 comments

Patient Positioning and Padding

This OR Table Pad System Helps Prevent Pressure Ulcers