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Regional anaesthetic techniques: central blocks 

Regional anaesthetic techniques: central blocks
Regional anaesthetic techniques: central blocks

Graham Bell

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date: 22 October 2020

Overview and safety 196

Pharmacology 198

Caudal epidural blockade 200

Epidural blockade 205

Caudal catheter technique 208

Subarachnoid (spinal) blockade 210

Psoas (lumbar) plexus blockade 212

Paravertebral blockade 214

Central blocks in children continue to ↑ in popularity in the UK. The reasons for this include:...

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