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Basic Surgical Skills for Interventional Pain Procedures 

Basic Surgical Skills for Interventional Pain Procedures
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Basic Surgical Skills for Interventional Pain Procedures
Author(s):

Kristen Radcliff

and Nina Singh-Radcliff

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199740604.003.0005
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date: 10 April 2020

Chapter 1.5 discusses basic surgical skills for interventional pain procedures, including aseptic techniques (hand washing, site prep, hair removal, antibiotics, field principles and sterile gloves), universal protocol and time out, and relevant surgical instruments (needle drivers, Bovie/Electrocautery/Unipolar and Bipolar, tissue adhesives, preparation skills, and surgical gown).

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