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Review Article - Anesthesiology and Clinical Science Research (2023) Volume 7, Issue 1

A review article on on Regional Anesthesia Needles (Types, design styles, peripheral needle choice, their relevance, costs and updates)

As far as standards of patient care concerned, quality service and patient satisfaction take the great priority. From a medical point of view, we anesthetists typically rely on a subjective evaluation of possible abnormal resistance to injection while performing a peripheral nerve block. For example, a greater force required to perform the injection is believed to be associated with intramural injection, so why to take extra risk. In order to establish blockade of a peripheral nerve, local anesthetic solution must be placed as close as possible to the nerve but not in the nerve. It is therefore imperative if you wish to perform peripheral nerve blocks that you know the relevant anatomy for each block you wish to perform with appropriate needle to perform.

Author(s): Yilkal Tadesse Desta

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