US-Guided Adductor Canal Catheter- Pre-Op Oblique Proximal to Distal Technique
Saphenous/Adductor Canal • 13m
Brandon Winchester demonstrates a modified adductor canal catheter technique for ACL reconstruction featuring an oblique needle angle from proximal to distal thigh. This modification allows the placement of the catheter preoperatively, and facilitates the threading of the catheter several centimeters down the adductor canal parallel to the saphenous nerve.
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