Lower Extremity Surgery Clinical Trial
the Relationship Between Vertebral Body Length, Subarachnoid Space Width and Block Level
Spinal anesthesia technology has been widely used in various surgeries and multi-mode analgesia. Spinal ultrasound imaging has been proved to be a reliable tool for evaluating spinal parameters. Ultrasound-guided spinal puncture technology has also been skillfully applied in clinical practice. How to provide perfect nerve block effect for operation, provide good postoperative analgesia, and prevent unnecessary extensive block leading to other complications and related risks has always been the focus of anesthesiologists. Doses and the relationship between the anesthesia plane great individual differences, and previous research on the patient's own condition such as height, weight, 6 to the anesthesia plane have different results, the influence of clinical work often refer patients height adjustment of drug doses, this research attempts to evaluate ultrasound was used to assess spinal vertebral body in the plane of the length and width of subarachnoid and anesthesia.
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Study to Evaluate the Efficacy, Safety, and Pharmacokinetics of EXPAREL, EXPAREL Admixed With Bupivacaine HCl vs. Bupivacaine HCl Administered as Combined Sciatic and Saphenous Nerve Blocks for Postsurgical Analgesia in Subjects Undergoing Lower Extremity Surgeries
Perineural Catheter Insertion Distance for Continuous Peripheral Nerve Blocks
Study on the Reapplication of Chloraprep After Lower Extremity Surgery and Prior to Dressing Application
The Clinical Efficacy of Laryngeal Mask Airway in Elderly Patients: Comparison With Young Adults