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Mayo Clinic Procedural Training Manual DVD
by Robert L. Lennon

Mayo Clinic Procedural Training Manual DVD serves as a visual tutorial on approaches to perioperative regional anesthesia and analgesia in patients undergoing major lower extremity orthopedic surgery-offering structured video primers and vivid presentations of regional techniques to clearly guide users through the selection of equipment, strategies in pain management, and the management of inpatient and ambulatory peripheral nerve catheters.

Features:

  • Includes all full-color images from the book which lucidly display the proper positioning of the proceduralist and patient, and instructs physicians on sites of needle insertion
  • Contains selected computer-enhanced cadaver images to enhance the illustration of important anatomical structural relationships to the peripheral nerves
  • Presents graphic illustrations, anatomical photographs, and video demonstrations for all major lower extremity peripheral nerve blocks
  • Offers step-by-step guidance and strategies to effectively approach surface anatomy and landmarks, needle insertion sites, needle trajectory, appropriate elicited motor response(s), and catheter placement and dressing techniques
  • Stands as a video armamentarium and expert library of recommendations on lower extremity peripheral nerve blockade
  • Vividly demonstrates the performance of peripheral nerve blocks
  • Clearly depicts topographic landmarks
  • Shows critical target evoked motor responses to nerve stimulation
  • Demonstrates methods for holding, advancing, and stabilizing catheter needles

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Mayo Clinic Procedural Training Manual DVD
by Robert L. Lennon
2006 DVD $148.95 + shipping
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