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  • STATS Block Demonstration for World Congress

    Dr. Brandon Winchester demonstrates an ultrasound-guided STATS block, a Selective Tibial Approach To the Sciatic Nerve, for postoperative pain control for a left foot ganglion cyst excision and peroneal tendon debridement. The video is introduced by Dr. Winchester's 11 year old son Jimmy, with a ...

  • Retrobulbar, Supraorbital, and Facial Nerve Blocks with Google Glass

    In this new VIP Block of the Day video Dr. Saad Kamal performs retrobulbar, supraorbital, and facial nerve blocks under propofol sedation for surgical anesthesia for retinal surgery.

  • Late Branching Musculocutaneous Nerve

    In this video by Dr. Saad Kamal, with an introduction by Dr. Brandon Winchester, we demonstrate an important anatomic variation occasionally found during axillary brachial plexus blocks: a late branching musculocutaneous nerve off the lateral cord. When this variation occurs it results in difficu...

  • Interscalene Styleted Catheter

    BLOCKJOCKS BLOCK OF THE DAY #28: Dr. Scott Thomas, a regional anesthesia fellow at the Andrews Institute, performs a continuous interscalene catheter with ultrasound guidance (Sonosite S-Nerve) using a B-Braun Perifix styletted epidural catheter.

  • 4: Ultrasound-Guided Mid-Thigh Saphenous Nerve Block

    (NO AUDIO IN THIS VIDEO)
    Block of the Day #4: Dr. Jeff Nabonsal from the Andrews Research & Education Institute performs this block in conjunction with a continuous popliteal sciatic catheter for postoperative analgesia following a triple ankle arthrodesis.

  • Part 1 of 3: Can a Saphenous/Adductor Canal Block Replace a Femoral Block for ACL? Dry Femoral Catheter

    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.

  • Part 2 of 3: Can a Saphenous/Adductor Canal Block Replace a Femoral for ACL? Saphenous/Adductor Canal Block

    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.

  • Femoral Catheter Dressing Placement with Histoacryl Skin Sealant

    Dr. Scott Thomas, former regional anesthesia fellow at the Andrews Institute, demonstrates the placement of a dressing for a femoral nerve catheter, including the off-label use of Histoacryl skin sealant to prevent leakage and lessen the likelihood of catheter dislodgement.

  • Tips & Tricks- Troubleshooting a Kinked Interscalene Catheter

    In this video Dr. Scott Thomas, former regional anesthesia fellow at the Andrews Institute, demonstrates the steps necessary to successfully troubleshoot a styleted interscalene catheter that becomes kinked during placement.

  • 1: Supraclavicular Block

    1ST BLOCK EVER PRODUCED ON BLOCKJOCKS.COM- WARNING, NO SOUND

    Block of the Day #1 11-21-2011- Greg Hickman performs a supraclavicular nerve block.