LSORA Quadratus Lumborum Block
TAP, Quadratus Lumborum, & Rectus Sheath • 7m 34s
This video tutorial was created by Dr Parthipan Jegendirabose (PJ) - Consultant Anaesthetist at Colchester General Hospital, UK, and Dr Amit Pawa, and Dr Mark Ibrahim who are both Consultant Anaesthetists at Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust in London, UK. Dr Amit Pawa is also the Regional Anaesthesia Fellowship Director at Guy’s & St Thomas’.
The tutorial covers the relevant anatomy, sonoanatomy, and scanning tips required to site three approaches to the Ultrasound Guided Quadratus Lumborum Block: the lateral (QL1), posterior (QL2), and anterior or transmuscular (QL3, or Tequila block!). The video, illustrations and animations have been originally developed by them on behalf of the London Society of Regional Anaesthesia (LSORA).
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