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By David L. Brown

ISBN-10: 8445816446

ISBN-13: 9788445816448

This one-of-a-king text/atlas is helping the anesthesiologist practice nerve blocks in all areas of the physique. step by step illustrations and textual content show each one approach in an easy and straightforward to persist with demeanour. Emphasizes cross-sectional anatomy together with illustrations of gross and floor anatomy.

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Otro detalle anatómico que cabe destacar es la anatomía axilar proximal en una sección parasagital a través de la apófisis coracoides. En este punto de transición, el plexo braquial pasa de cordones a nervios periféricos a medida que circundan las arterias subclavia y axilar (fig. 3-11). En la localización de esta sección parasagital, los límites de la axila proximal están formados por las siguientes estructuras anatómicas: Anterior: borde posterior del músculo pectoral menor y la cabeza braquial del bíceps.

Esternocleidomastoideo M. a costilla Pulmón Plexo braquial A M. esternocleidomastoideo Punto de entrada de la aguja Clavícula FIGURA 5-6 Bloqueo supraclavicular (en plomada): imagen anatómica parasagital por resonancia magnética. C dar varias horas; por tanto, se relaciona probablemente con la punción de la aguja en el pulmón, en lugar de una entrada de aire en el espacio pleural en el momento de inserción de la aguja. De nuevo se produce bloqueo del nervio frénico en un 30-50% de los pacientes, por lo que debe sopesarse con cuidado el uso de este bloqueo en pacientes con deterioro de la función pulmonar.

Cabe recordar que, inmediatamente medial a esta primera costilla, está el vértice pulmonar y cuando el ángulo de la aguja es demasiado medial, puede provocarse un neumotórax. Posición: bloqueo supraclavicular clásico. El paciente está en decúbito supino sin almohada, con la cabeza flexionada hacia el lado opuesto al que se bloquea. Los brazos descansan al lado del cuerpo y el anestesiólogo puede colocarse en la cabecera de la mesa o al lado del paciente, próximo al brazo que se va a bloquear. Punción con aguja: clásico.

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