Accuro-Assisted Spinal Using Google Glass
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In this video Dr. Brandon Winchester demonstrates the use of an Accuro device for the placement of an ultrasound-assisted spinal anesthetic for a unicondylar knee replacement. The Accuro uses calculated 3D overlay graphics to allow the practitioner to make neuraxial placement easier by identifying the location of the midline & interlaminar space in the cranio-caudal axis (and avoidance of spinous process); predicting depth to the spinous process and interlaminar epidural space; and estimating the needle insertion angle.
Basic YouTube instructions for the use of the Accuro device: https://youtu.be/yZ-SESAY1d4
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