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- Chapter 1 Basic principles of ultrasonography
- Chapter 2 The scientific background of ultrasound guidance in regional anaesthesia
- Chapter 3 Initial considerations and potential advantages of regional anaesthesia under ultrasound guidance
- Chapter 4 Technique limitations and suggestions for a training concept
- Chapter 5 Have we reached the gold standard in regional anaesthesia?
- Chapter 6 Technical and organization prerequisites for ultrasonographic-guided blocks
- Chapter 7 Ultrasound-guided regional anaesthetic techniques in children: current developments and particular considerations
- Chapter 8 Ultrasound appearance of nerves and other anatomical or non-anatomical structures
- Chapter 9 Needle guidance techniques
- Chapter 10 Pearls and pitfalls
- Chapter 11 Nerve supply of big joints
- Chapter 12 Neck blocks
- Chapter 13 Upper extremity blocks
- Chapter 14 Lower extremity blocks
- Chapter 15 Truncal blocks
- Chapter 16 Neuraxial block techniques
- Chapter 17 Peripheral catheter techniques
- Chapter 18 Future perspectives