BLOCKJOCKS VIP Symposium
Chest Wall Blocks- PECS I, PECS II, Serratus Plane, and Pectoral Intercostal Blocks
VIP Lecture Series: Dr. Vlad Frenk, an anesthesiologist at Stamford Hospital and instructor at the Stamford School of Regional Anesthesia (http://www.ssrausa.com), discusses the role of several innovative chest wall blocks: PECS I, PECS II, Serratus Plane, and Pectoral Intercostal blocks. These blocks are sometimes referred to as "TAP blocks for the chest," and can provide analgesia for various surgeries of the breast, chest, axilla, and latissimus dorsi.
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Effects of Dexamethasone as a Local A...
VIP Lecture Series: Dr. Stephen Choi MD, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at the University of Toronto, discusses the evidence for the safety and efficacy of dexamethasone as a local anesthetic adjuvant for brachial plexus blocks.
Creating a Culture of Regional Anesth...
VIP Lecture Series: Dr. Paul Willoughby, Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at Stony Brook University Medical Center and past president of the New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, discusses how to create a culture of regional anesthesia at your medical center and within your ...
Three Approaches to Ultrasound Guided...
VIP Lecture Series: Dr. Emily Lin, an anesthesiologist with North American Partners in Anesthesia (NAPA) in New York City, discusses three different approaches to ultrasound-guided sciatic nerve blocks: popliteal, anterior, and subgluteal.