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anesthesia for shoulder procedures: the Interscalene Brachial plexus block. Shannon Bachman RN, BSN, SRNA York College of Pennsylvania/ WellSpan Health Nurse Anesthesia Program Class of 2015. Objectives. Brief nod to Alon P. Winnie

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anesthesia for shoulder procedures the interscalene brachial plexus block

anesthesia for shoulder procedures: the Interscalene Brachial plexus block

Shannon BachmanRN, BSN, SRNA

York College of Pennsylvania/ WellSpan Health Nurse Anesthesia Program

Class of 2015

objectives
Objectives
  • Brief nod to Alon P. Winnie
  • Interscalene Brachial Plexus Block vs. General Anesthesia
  • Ultrasound Guided vs. PNS Technique
  • Local Anesthetic Volumes
  • Adverse Events
  • Case Study: Interscalene Catheter
isb vs ga the d ata
ISB vs. GA: The Data

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isb vs ga the data
ISB vs. GA: The Data

“…with 30% of patients reporting severe pain on the first postoperative day… [may result in] unplanned overnight admission…”

adverse events
Adverse Events

#1. Mid Scalene

#2. Ant Scalene

#5. Phrenic Nerve

#6.Brachial Plexus

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Case report: “…different and sometimes devastating complications have been reported relating to either needle or catheter insertion or to the administration of local anaesthetic.”

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