Keys to the Cart: March 13, 2017

published 4 years ago by Ed Nemergut and Robert Thiele (presented by the IARS)

Spinal Anesthesia; Spinal Anesthetics: Transient; Neurological Symptoms; Post-spinal backache; Spinal microcatheters

And we are back welcome to another exciting edition of keys to the cart a weekly openness he's a podcast where we review several IT key words in just a couple of minutes. My name is doctor alley Bechtel and I'm induces Alytus at the university of Virginia. Recently I had the opportunity to teach several junior residents about spinal anesthetics and help them if they perform this procedure for the first time. I thought this would be a good time to review several key words pertaining to spinal anaesthesia. Are you ready to unlock some knowledge. First let's review some the basics of spinal anaesthesia starting with the anatomy. First service madam me sees 7 can be found at approximately the level of the bony knob that can be easily palpated on the back of the neck. You can find T. 78 about where you feel the bottom of the scapula. L. 2 is level with the twelfth grade. What do we always palpate for prior to deciding where to performers spinal anesthetics. The only across in this is because ...

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