Dr. Brandon Winchester demonstrates the placement of a popliteal sciatic catheter on a cadaver leg using the Certa Catheter, an innovative new type of continuous perineural catheter used to provide long lasting postoperative pain control after surgery.
US-Guided Popliteal Catheter Placed in the Long Axis
Dr. Stephen Anderson, an anesthesiologist with Northside Anesthesiology Consultants in Atlanta and former regional anesthesia fellow at the Andrews Institute, performs a popliteal sciatic catheter for postoperative pain control after major foot surgery. After noticing an increased incidence of in...
Optimizing Nerve & Needle Visualization Duration a Popliteal Sciatic Block
Dr. Scott Thomas, a former regional anesthesia fellow at the Andrews Institute, performs a popliteal sciatic block while focusing on the basic ultrasound probe maneuvers and needle manipulation tips used to optimize both target nerve and needle visualization.
Three Approaches to Ultrasound Guided Sciatic Nerve Blocks
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.