Atlas of Interventional Pain Management
Steven D. Waldman
W.B. Saunders, 1998 - Medical - 564 pages
This atlas, a companion to the popular INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT, provides step-by-step full-color illustrations demonstrating interventional pain management techniques. Over 200 computer-generated figures provide a bright and vibrant way to view pain management methods in an almost 3-D approach. The text offers concise information on anatomy, indications, technique, and complications in a simple, bulleted format.
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1997 American Medical abdominal anesthetic anesthetic toxicity antiseptic solution approach artery avoid catheter caudal celiac ganglion celiac plexus celiac plexus block cervical CLINICALLY RELEVANT ANATOMY depot-steroid is added disc dural ecchymosis ecchymosis and hematoma EFFECTS AND COMPLICATIONS epidural nerve block epidural space exit facet joint femoral fibers fluoroscopy foramen ganglion block hematoma formation identified incremental doses interspace lateral lidocaine ligament lower extremity lumbar plexus medial mg of depot-steroid midline muscle needle placement nerve block nerve roots neurologic deficit Neurolytic Neurolytic 20 INDICATIONS neurolytic block opioids pain secondary pain specialist paresthesia patient is placed patient may experience patients suffering peroneal nerve posterior proximity RELATIVE VALUE UNITS sacral hiatus sacral nerve saphenous nerve sciatic nerve SIDE EFFECTS skin spinal cord spinal needle splanchnic nerve stellate ganglion stylet subarachnoid nerve block subcutaneous supine position surgical sympathetic syringe TECHNIQUE The patient thetic thoracic tibial nerve tion tissues trauma tunnel VALUE UNITS Unilateral vascular