Adductor Canal Catheters for Major Knee Surgery- Live Webcast Archive from 4-22-2014.
Saphenous/Adductor Canal • 1h 28m
A presentation and panel discussion originally broadcast live on April 22, 2014 from the Andrews Institute reviewing the use of adductor canal catheters for major knee surgery. Dr. Brandon Winchester, the regional anesthesia fellowship director at the Andrews Institute, moderated the event and delivered an introduction to adductor canal catheters. This was followed by presentations and interactive discussions by multiple renowned physicians including:
Orthopedic surgeons Dr. James Andrews from the Andrews Institute, Dr. Bindu Bamrah from Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (MOSH), and Dr. David Harwood from the University Center for Ambulatory Surgery.
Anesthesiologists Dr. Greg Hickman from the Andrews Institute, Dr. Mark Zimmerman from MOSH, and Dr. Dean Giacobbe from the University Center for Ambulatory Surgery.
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