Part 1 of 3: Can a Saphenous/Adductor Canal Block Replace a Femoral Block for ACL? Dry Femoral Catheter
Femoral • 9m 42s
Brandon Winchester performs a dry femoral catheter (part 1), saphenous/adductor canal block (part 2), and popliteal block (part 3) for ACL surgery in an ongoing effort to assess the saphenous block as a suitable replacement for a femoral block.
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