Dr. Brandon Winchester demonstrates an ultrasound-guided infraclavicular catheter for post-operative pain control.
Dr. Brandon Winchester demonstrates an ultrasound guided tap block for an inguinal hernia surgery. Dr. Winchester points out the identifying anatomy on ultrasound: the external and internal oblique muscles, the transversus abdominis muscle, and the tap plane between the internal oblique and the transverse abdominis. He also shows how to hydrodissect local anesthesia from the place of the tap plane puncture along towards the posterior.
Dr. Brandon Winchester demonstrates a new ultrasound-guided adductor canal catheter technique for post-operative pain control. Dr. Winchester takes an oblique approach that stays as proximal as possible while still maintaining motor sparing.
Dr. Karen Boretsky discusses the use of ultrasound in pediatric anesthesiology: the keys to learning to use ultrasound to guide nerve blocks, the four go-to blocks in pediatric practice, and the success of the program at her hospital.