A Practical Guide to Joint and Soft Tissue Injection and Aspiration: An Illustrated Text for Primary Care Providers
Expanded and updated for its Second Edition, this practical illustrated guide explains the rationale and step-by-step procedures for joint and soft tissue injections and aspirations. The book will enable primary care physicians to master these effective techniques for treating a variety of common skin and musculoskeletal conditions. Full-color illustrations help practitioners identify anatomic landmarks and demonstrate how to perform each technique. This edition covers many alternative techniques and several new procedures, including ultrasound-guided injections, eyelid injections for cysts, nerve blocks for headaches, procedures for the hip, scapula joint injections, and temporomandibular joint procedures. A companion Website contains videos demonstrating 48 injections.
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A Practical Guide to Joint & Soft Tissue Injection & Aspiration: An ...
James W. McNabb
Limited preview - 2009
acromion advance or withdraw Advance the needle alcohol followed alcohol prep pad and/or physical therapy ANESTHESIA Local anesthesia ankle Apply a sterile arthrosis attempting further injection ballpoint pen book’s bursa chalazion Code ICD-10 Code confirm pain relief Consider follow-up examination corticosteroid solution CPT code epinephrine EQUIPMENT 3-mL syringe examination table fibularis brevis ganglion cyst ICD-9 Code ICD-10 indention represents Indications ICD-9 Code Inject the steroid insertion site Fig introduce the needle joint capsule knee landmarks are identified lateral epicondyle lidocaine lidocaine without epinephrine local anesthesia medial median nerve mg of triamcinolone muscle needle and syringe needle slightly nerve no-touch technique NSAIDs osteoarthritis Palmaris longus physical therapy Position the needle posterior povidone-iodine pads povidone-iodine prep pads Prep the insertion Relevant Anatomy represents the entry retracted tip slightly before attempting sterile adhesive bandage Sterile gauze pads supine syringe tendon therapy as indicated topical vapocoolant spray triamcinolone acetonide withdraw the needle wrist