Platelet-rich plasma injections for lumbar discogenic pain: A preliminary assessment of structural and functional changes January—April Regenerative medicine injection techniques for the hip pathology January—April Platelet-rich plasma injections for knee osteoarthritis: Systematic review of duration of clinical benefit January—April Peripheral nerve entrapment, hydrodissection, and neural regenerative strategies January—April Bone marrow concentrate and platelet-rich plasma acquisition and preparation: Why technique matters January—April Current understanding of safety and efficacy of stem cell therapy for discogenic pain—A systematic review of human studies January—April Regenerative medicine: Invigorating pain management practice January—April Role of intra-articular platelet-rich plasma in sacroiliac joint pain January—April Regenerative medicine modalities for nondiscal spinal disorders January—April Regenerative medicine for muscle and ligament problems: Technical aspects and evidence January—April Optimizing needle tip visualization during out-of-plane ultrasonography: A novel technique October Ultrasound-guided quadratus lumborum and subcostal transversus abdominis plane blocks October Introduction October The role of peripheral nerve block analgesia in advancing therapeutic effectiveness spanning the episode of care October Ketamine in perioperative analgesia for knee surgeries: Review of evidence from randomized controlled trials October Application of cooled radiofrequency ablation in management of chronic joint pain October Giaufre and his colleagues explained the procedural feasibility of peripheral block and claimed that it is free of side effects.
With the use of hydrophilic opiates like morphine and hydromorphone, side effects including itching, nausea, vomiting and respiratory depression may be cumbersome. The use of ultrasound guidance USG has resulted in more accurate and effective blocks by allowing the block administrator to know clearly the anatomic location of the nerves and the adjacent muscles and the fascial layers as well as visualizing the block needles path and the location of the needle tip while injecting.
Considering the simplicity of the use of USG and it being less invasive, successful blocks are now more probable, thus decreasing the side effects and improving the use of regional anesthesia in children. Safe dosage of the used RA drugs is a restrictive factor in some children. With the help of USG initiating a block has become quicker and the dosage of drugs have decreased. Usage of electrical stimulation and visualization of segmented catheter location under USG by has reduced the failure rate of the epidural analgesia from caudal until thoracic levels.
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Though most of the anesthesia techniques are well-documented in the literature, the implementation of these techniques into routine clinical practice is still lacking. Continuous education and opportunities to learn practical aspects of the block techniques will help eliminate the fears and the taboos. The Pediatric Regional Anesthesia Network PRAN was formed to collect data on all regional anesthetics performed by anesthesiologists in USA and all of the intraoperative and postoperative complications were recorded.
The data showed that single injection blocks were safer than continuous blocks. There were no cases of death or serious complications. Neurological events were noted only in patients with lumbar or thoracic catheters. Regional networks like PRAN. Remember, the use of high dose of corticosteroids put the child on risk of epidural lipomatosis. This study supported use of continuous epidural anesthesia. Move to Section Abstract Citations References.
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