Modified Lateral Tibial Nerve Block with Ultrasound
Isolated Tibial • 10m
In this video Dr. Brandon Winchester demonstrates an ultrasound-guided tibial nerve block for posterior analgesia for an ACL reconstruction with ipsilateral patellar tendon graft.
The patient in positioned in a modified lateral decubitus position with the surgical side in the dependent position with the tibial nerve approached in-plane from medial to lateral.
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